63. __________ include our family, close friends, and school- or work-related peer groups.a. Institutionsb. Secondary groupsc. Formal groupsd.Primary groups64. Which of these is the best example of a primary group?65. Sociologists define a(n) __________ as a larger, more specialized group in which members engage in more impersonal, goal-oriented relationships for a limited period of time.
66. Schools, churches, and corporations are examples of __________ groups.67. Which of these is the best example of a secondary group?a. the people working together in the same departmentb. a group of best friendsc. a parent and childd.a sociology class68. __________, or cohesion, refers to a group's ability to maintain itself in the face of obstacles. It exists when social bonds, attractions, or other forces hold members of a group in interaction over a period of time.69. The sociological term for a set of social relationships that link one individual to others is __________.
70. Which of these statements about social networks is false?71. A __________ is a highly structured group formed for the purpose of completing certain tasks or achieving specific goals.a. secondary organizationb.formal organizationc. social institutiond. social organization72. A __________ is a set of organized beliefs and rules that establishes how a society will attempt to meet its basic social needs.73. The family, religion, education, the economy, the government (politics), mass media, sports, science and medicine, and the military are all examples of __________.
74. __________ emphasize the role of social institutions in accomplishing essential tasks for society.
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