SOCL Chap 6 - Societies to Social Networks What is a Group?...

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Unformatted text preview: Societies to Social Networks What is a Group? People who interact with one another and think of themselves as belonging together Societies and Their Transformation Hunting and Gathering (simple, egalitarian, nomadic, first division of labor) Pastoral (herding) (nomadic) Horticultural (plant cultivation, first domestication revolution, division of labor, inequality, slavery, exploitation) Agricultural (use of plow, more complex division of labor, inequality, slavery, exploitation) the birth of state; the down of civilization Industrial Revolution steam engine, surplus, demographic shift Postindustrial (Information) Groups Within Society Primary Groups Face-to-Face The Family Friends Secondary Groups Larger, More Anonymous Members Interact Based on Roles Fail to Satisfy Need for Intimate Association...
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SOCL Chap 6 - Societies to Social Networks What is a Group?...

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