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Comm paper 3 - Ty Mailath 11-6-07 Communications Dr....

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Ty Mailath 11-6-07 Communications Dr. Isaacson Group Roles Analysis When individuals come together to form a group its members each must assume a role in order for the group to accomplish its goal. Often times, an individual’s personality is subdued for the sake of keeping group unity. Depending on the situation, typically one or two leaders emerge from a group of five people. The rest of the group is faced with making sure the group stays on task and providing relevant data to support the group’s purpose. Most importantly, each member must do their part to contribute to the efficiency of the group. If one person does not pull their weight, then they create a burden for their fellow members. In my American History class, our professor often divides the class into groups of five. He normally gives us roughly twenty minutes to discuss the assigned topic and then present our thoughts in front of the class. On this given day, my group was assigned to discuss how advertisements have evolved from their early state. My professor gave us
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course COMM 1000 taught by Professor Isaacson during the Spring '08 term at Bethany LB.

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