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Running head: SOCIAL AND FORMAL GROUPS COMPARISON 1 Social and Formal Groups Comparison Misty Charnesky SOC-120 April 13, 2011 Pamela Strunk
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SOCIAL AND FORMAL GROUPS COMPARISON 2 Social and Formal Groups Comparison Describing a social group I have been in or was can be kind of hard until I think back to my school years. Throughout school I participated in a church youth group. Many times it was to play games with other churches around but other times it was a support system and activities in an area that supplied none. In this group there were a low number of rules, it was more a morally correct kind of laws I could say. The atmosphere was friendly and inviting and everyone seemed to respect each other equally. Formally I belonged to a Math Counts group in high school. Here the rules were much defined and certain limits set. If a member missed the meetings he or she were removed and for not holding up the homework bargain. Every meeting consisted of constant work and practice taking place in an uptight room of other people working just as hard on the days given
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This note was uploaded on 09/05/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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