Comm Study Guide Ch 10 and 11

Comm Study Guide Ch 10 and 11 - Study Guide Ch 10 11...

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Study Guide Ch. 10 & 11 Chapter 10 Dimensions of teams Identification Interdependence Power Differenation Social Distance Conflict Management Tactics Negotiation Process Group - Collection of ind. Who communicate verbally and non-verbally group goals - Groups motivation for existing Group Structure - Group members positions and roles performed Group patterns of communication - Patterns of message flow in a group Group Norms - Informal rules for interaction in a group Group Climate - Emotional atmosphere of a group Stages of group development Norming
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Performing Adjourning Advantages & disadvantages of small groups Advantages Varied resources can be pulled Errors easily identified Disadvantages Laziness is encouraged Riskier decisions are made Roles group members play: task-oriented, maintenance-oriented, self-serving Task oriented - Initiating, information seeking, opinion seeking, information giving,
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Unformatted text preview: opinion giving Maintenance-oriented- Encouraging, gatekeeping, compromising Self-serving- Blocking, aggression, recognition, withdrawing decision makers: facts, values, policies Question of fact, value, and policy Brainstorming- Generating ideas Chapter 11 Leadership- Ability to influence others Leadership Styles- Authortiarn leaders, laissez-faire leader, democratic leader Theories of Leadership- Trait theory, Situational theory, and transformational Leader Group Think- groups let the desire for consensus override careful analysis and reasoned decision making. Cooperative & competitive conflict Competive Set- readiness to perceive a conflict in all-or-nothing terms Cooperative Set- readiness to share rewards to resolve conflicts...
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  • Fall '08
  • Sociology, Structure- Group, Group Structure- Group, group goals- Groups, Roles group members

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