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Chap 5 Notes Part 1 - • Iron law of oligarchy how...

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Aggrate: people who temporarily share a space but don’t see themselves as belonging together Category: people who share similar experiences Social groups Primary groups: “spring of life”-Charles Cooley Secondary groups: people come together Inner circle: small sub-group of key members
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Unformatted text preview: • Iron law of oligarchy: how organizations come to be dominated by a small group • In-groups: people feel loyalty towards in-group • Out-groups: people of in-group dislike out-groups • Reference groups • Social networks • Electronic communities...
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