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Chapters 5 and 6 Midterm Reviews 21:19 Chapter 5 Social Groups Dyad - group of two Triad - group of three or more Mediator - member of a triad who attempts to resolve conflict between the other  two people Tertius gaudens - the new third member of a triad who benefits from conflict  between the other two Divide et impera - a member of a triad who intentionally drives a wedge between  the other two actors in a group Small group - a group characterized by face to face interaction, a unifocal  perspective, lack of formal arrangements, and a certain level of equality Party - a group that is similar to a small group but multifocal Large group - a group characterized by the presence of a formal structure that  mediates interaction and, consequently, status differentiation Primary groups - social groups, such as family or friends, composed of intimate  face to face relationships that strongly influence the attitudes and ideals of those  involved Secondary groups - groups marked by impersonal, instrumental relationships  (those existing as a means to an end) In-group - another term for the majority Out-group - another term for the minority Asch Test - done by Asch and is a series of line vision tests and it shows how  someone is willing to change their beliefs in order to go with the majority even if 
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This note was uploaded on 08/26/2011 for the course SOCIOLOGY 1 taught by Professor Mullin during the Spring '11 term at UCSB.

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