SOC1013 CHAPTER 5 - CHAPTER 5 GROUPS AND ORGANIZATIONS...

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CHAPTER 5 – GROUPS AND ORGANIZATIONS Social Group. Two or more people with common interests and consciousness. Aggregate. Category. An aggregate or category can become a social group. *
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GROUPS AND ORGANIZATIONS Type of Group. Primary Group. A small group in which relationships are personal and enduring. Intimate, personal, and caring. Secondary Group. A large and impersonal social group based on a specific interest. Distance, impersonal, and goal-oriented.
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GROUPS AND ORGANIZATIONS Group Leadership. Leadership is based on the needs of the group. Types of leaders: Instrumental leaders . Emphasize the completion of tasks. Achieving goals. Expressive leaders . Emphasize collective well-being. Provides emotional support. Charismatic leaders . Based on personal characteristics. *
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GROUPS AND ORGANIZATIONS Leadership Styles. Authoritarian. Democratic. Laissez-faire.*
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Group Conformity Asch’s research Milgrams research Janis “Group Think”
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