Group Relations Concepts

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Group Relations Concepts: Invasion refers to the situation which occurs when members of a different or new group enters into a social or physical environment from which they were previously absent. Competition refers to the process which develops when members of the new group begin to struggle with the established group for scarce articles. Conflict occurs when one group seeks to institute techniques to establish and perpetuate a position of superiority. Accommodation refers to the process which occurs when two or more groups are able arrive at mutually agree able settlements relating to specific issues in contentionwill be developed between them. Assimilation refers to the process through which the identities of seperate groups merge into a single group. "E PLURIBUS UNUM" Stereotype refers to a belief which is directed towards a praticular category frequently members of a particular ethnic or racial group, which is based on a mental image defining
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