3-3 - IV Ethomethodology—Expectations V Groups A Types of...

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Interaction, Groups, and Organizations I. Textbook has 5 types of interactions A. Exchange B. Cooperation C. Competition D. Conflict E. Coercion II. Components of interaction and of society A. Status—a position in society B. Types of Statuses 1. Ascribed vs. Achieved 2. Master Status 3. Status Set—collection of statuses III. Roles—interpretation of role (view different from that of text) A. Role conflict—incompatibility of different roles B. Role stress—anxiety produced by expectations C. Role strain—incompatibility of expectations with a single role
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Unformatted text preview: IV. Ethomethodology—Expectations V. Groups A. Types of Groups 1. Primary 2. secondary 3. Tertiary VI. Types of Organizations A. Small Groups B. Bureaucracies 1. How is GMU a bureaucracy 2. Bureaucracies as rational organizations C. The Corporation—incorporated via legal process The Individual and Society Individual---statues role----groups----institutions-----institutional orders-------society institutional orders Political, Economic , Religious, Education, Family, (Mass Media)...
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