ORGANIZATIONS STUDENT COPY

ORGANIZATIONS STUDENT COPY - Groups&Organizations SOCI200...

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SOCI 200 Spring 2007
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Groups A family is a person’s first group. An  aggravate  is a collection of  individuals A group  is any number of people with  similar norms, values, and expectations  who regularly and consciously interact Primary groups are characterized by  intimate face to face association and  cooperation Secondary groups are more formal and  impersonal but there is still social  intimacy or mutual understanding
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In-group: a group to which people feel they  belong Usually feel they are better than an out- group (ethnocentricity) Out-group: a group to which people do NOT   feel they belong
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Dyad: 2-member group. Marriage partners Business partners Creates a special level  of intimacy Triad: A three member  group Third person may play a  unifying role (help  bind the group  together) Mediating role  (friends with both to  solve arguments)
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