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Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/13/11 Adaptive Structuration Theory of Marshall Scott Poole COM 102: Recitation Lecture November 18/19
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1/13/11 The Idea of Structuration As Poole states (on p. 236): “The point of structuration theory is to make [people in groups] aware of the rules and resources that they’re using so that they can have more control over what they do in groups.” Provides alternative to the phase
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1/13/11 Phase Model Single-sequence model Orientation – efforts are unfocused because group goals are uncertain; members need more information. Conflict – factions disagree on how to approach the problem and argue against
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1/13/11 Poole’s Findings Only ¼ of groups followed the phase/ single-sequence model Became increasingly less optimistic that any one model or theory could predict a sequence or action
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1/13/11 Giddens suggests: “…that people in society are active agents in the
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This note was uploaded on 01/12/2011 for the course COM 102 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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