Experience Sociology_107 - 43 What changes when a dyad relationship become a triad(p 175176 A The number of possible interactions increases B The

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43. (p. 175- 176) What changes when a dyad relationship become a triad? A. The number of possible interactions increases. B. The relationship immediately dissolves. C. The relationship becomes more intense emotionally. D. The relationship becomes less interesting because more people are involved. Croteau - Chapter 07 #43 Level: Moderate Topic: Formalizing Structure: Groups and Organizations Type: Comprehension 44. (p. 176) Secondary groups that have a more formal structure and are formed to accomplish a specific task (like a business) are known as A. social networks. B. organizations. C. categories. D. societies. Croteau - Chapter 07 #44 Level: Moderate Topic: Formalizing Structure: Groups and Organizations Type: Knowledge 45. (p. 176- 177) Why do organizations, as they grow larger, tend to become more formalized? A. Since organizations are so impersonal they have to become more formalized. B. The person in power wants a greater degree of formality. C. By law, as it grows larger, an organization has to have more formal rules and policies.
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