tfch5 - Chapter Five: Groups and Organizations 1....

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1. Categories consist of aggregates. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 2. Kinship is a basis for the formation of direct social networks. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 3. Weakly tied networks have only limited outreach. a. TRUE b. *FALSE 4. The audience for CBC television news is an example of a social network . a. TRUE b. *FALSE 5. People in networks lack a complete awareness of their membership and its characteristics. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 6. Tonnies associated Gemeinschaft with both rural and urban life. a. TRUE b. *FALSE 7. Groups are defined by an awareness of membership. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 8. Secondary group is another term for indirect social networks. a. TRUE b. *FALSE 9. Groups are usually more engrossing than communities. a. TRUE b. *FALSE 10. In his study of small groups, Bales found that three roles—task leader, emotional leader, and joker—regularly emerged. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 11. Organizations are a form of secondary social group. a. *TRUE b. FALSE 12. Oxfam is an example of a spontaneous organization. a. TRUE b. *FALSE 13. Informal organizations are defined by closely related goals that members keep secret from others. a. TRUE
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tfch5 - Chapter Five: Groups and Organizations 1....

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