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Click to edit Master subtitle style 8/31/11 Group Communication
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8/31/11 Goals Definition of social facilitation Characteristics of “groupness” Forms of task interdependence Group socialization process Steps of Tuckman’s 5 stage model Types of leadership styles
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8/31/11 The mere presence of others Social facilitation People perform better around others than alone But only easy tasks
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8/31/11 Performance and Difficulty
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8/31/11 Definition 3 or more people who become interdependent and share a collective identity through interaction Develop “groupness”
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8/31/11 Characteristics of groupness Interact Can be equal or hierarchical Interdependent Individuals rely on others to achieve goals Social: rely on emotional outcomes Task: rely on performance towards goal
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8/31/11 Characteristics of groupness Develop shared standards How to behave, what to value, who to be
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