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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 6: Societies to Social Networks Sociology: A Down-to-Earth Approach 7/e James M. Henslin Chapter Six: Societies to Social Networks 1 Chapter 6: Societies to Social Networks What is a Group? "People who interact with one another and think of themselves as belonging together." 2 Chapter 6: Societies to Social Networks Societies and Their Transformation Domestication Revolution Hunting and Gathering Pastoral and Horticultural Agricultural 3 Chapter 6: Societies to Social Networks Societies and Their Transformation Industrial Revolution Postindustrial (Information) Bioeconomic--New Type? 4 Chapter 6: Societies to Social Networks Groups Within Society Social Equality Greatest in Hunting/ Gathering Societies Social Inequality Grew Over Time Accumulation of Food Surplus Stimulated Change 5 Chapter 6: Societies to Social Networks Groups Within Society Primary Groups FacetoFace The Family Friends Producing a Mirror Within 6 Chapter 6: Societies to Social Networks Groups Within Society Secondary Groups Larger, More Anonymous Members Interact Based on Roles Fail to Satisfy Need for Intimate Association 7 Chapter 6: Societies to Social Networks Groups Within Society InGroups and OutGroups Loyalty to InGroups Antagonism Towards OutGroups 8 Chapter 6: Societies to Social Networks Groups Within Society InGroups and OutGroups Produce... Loyalty Sense of Superiority Rivalries Implications for Socially Diverse Society 9 Chapter 6: Societies to Social Networks Groups Within Society Reference Groups Provide a Yardstick Expose Us to Contradictory Standards 10 Chapter 6: Societies to Social Networks Groups Within Society Social Networks The Small World Phenomenon Is the Small World Phenomenon a Myth? 11 Chapter 6: Societies to Social Networks Groups Within Society Implications for Socially Diverse Society Implications for Science 12 Chapter 6: Societies to Social Networks Groups Within Society Electronic Communities People Connect Online Newsgroups Online Chat Rooms Some Meet Definition of Group 13 Chapter 6: Societies to Social Networks Group Dynamics Group Size Affects Stability and Intimacy Dyad Triad Coalitions As Size Increases, So Does Stability As Size Increases, Intensity and Intimacy Decrease 14 Chapter 6: Societies to Social Networks Group Dynamics Effects of Group Size on Attitudes and Behavior The Larger the Group... Greater Diffusion of Responsibility Increase in Formality Division into Smaller Groups 15 Chapter 6: Societies to Social Networks Leadership Who Becomes a Leader? Types of Leaders Instrumental Expressive 16 Chapter 6: Societies to Social Networks Leadership Leadership Styles Authoritarian Democratic LaissezFaire Leadership Styles in Changing Situations 17 Chapter 6: Societies to Social Networks Group Dynamics Power of Peer Pressure--Asch Experiment Study on Conformity Power of Authority--Milgram Experiment Administering Shocks http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6266248749244746109& 18 Chapter 6: Societies to Social Networks Groupthink--Global Consequences Irving Janis Coined the Term Examples of Groupthink Preventing Groupthink 19 ...
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