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Available at: bit.ly/2mi0tD7 Chapter 5 Groups and Networks Completion 1. In a sociological study of social networks, a(n) ____________ is a group of two people. bit.ly/2mi0tD7 DIF: Easy REF: Page 146 TOP: Factual OBJ: Dyads 2. In sociology’s study of social networks, a(n) ____________ is a group of three people. bit.ly/2mi0tD7 DIF: Easy REF: Page 146 TOP: Factual OBJ: Triads 3. A person who tries to cause problems and drive a wedge between two other people is known by Simmel to be doing what he called ____________. bit.ly/2mi0tD7 DIF: Easy REF: Pages 148 TOP: Factual OBJ: Triads 4. In a triad, the role of the ____________ is to resolve conflict between the other two members of the group. bit.ly/2mi0tD7 DIF: Easy REF: Page 148 TOP: Factual OBJ: Triads 5. According to Simmel, the four characteristics of small groups are: ____________, ____________, ____________, and ____________. bit.ly/2mi0tD7 DIF: Moderate REF: Pages 151–152 TOP: Factual OBJ: Group Size 6. Cooley distinguished between two types of groups he called ____________ and ____________ groups. bit.ly/2mi0tD7 DIF: Easy REF: Page 153 TOP: Factual OBJ: Primary Group | Secondary Group 7. Charles Horton Cooley distinquished between primary groups and secondary groups. One of the characteristics used by Cooley to distinguish primary groups is that the relationships are ____________. bit.ly/2mi0tD7 DIF: Moderate REF: Page 153
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Available at: bit.ly/2mi0tD7 TOP: Applied OBJ: Primary Groups 8. One characteristic Cooley used to distinguish a secondary group is that it is ____________. bit.ly/2mi0tD7 DIF: Moderate REF: Page 153 TOP: Applied OBJ: Secondary Groups 9. A group such as a labor union would be an example of Cooley’s ____________ group. ANS: secondary DIF: Easy REF: Page 153 TOP: Applied OBJ: Secondary Groups 10. Within social groups there are two types of groups that are significant in that each makes value judgments about the other. These groups are called ____________ and ____________. bit.ly/2mi0tD7 DIF: Easy REF: Page 154 TOP: Factual OBJ: In-Groups versus Out-Groups bit.ly/2mi0tD7 DIF: Easy REF: Page 154 TOP: Applied OBJ: In-Groups versus Out-Groups 12. Skinny actresses are often used as role models by young women who develop eating disorders to get as thin as possible. This is an example of ____________ groups, which are groups that people may compare themselves to in attempt to be like these other people. bit.ly/2mi0tD7 DIF: Easy REF: Page 155 TOP: Factual OBJ: Reference Groups 13. The sum of stories that a person may tell about the ties that exist within her or his family’s history is an example of a(n) ____________. bit.ly/2mi0tD7 DIF: Moderate REF: Page 155 TOP: Factual OBJ: Narrative 14. The degree to which ties are reinforced through indirect paths within a social network is known as ____________. bit.ly/2mi0tD7 DIF: Moderate REF: Page 156 TOP: Factual OBJ: Embeddedness
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Available at: bit.ly/2mi0tD7 15. ____________ is the term for the training and skills that make people more valuable to employers, such as having information, people skills, and connections. ANS: Social capital DIF: Easy REF: Page 159 TOP: Factual OBJ: Social Capital 16. The ____________ people settled in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, in 1693 and lead lives that revolve around going to church, tilling the land, and working for the collective good.
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