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94.(p. 175-176)Examples of a dyad are a married couple who are also business partners. Croteau - Chapter 07 #94Level: BasicTopic: Culture and Social InteractionType: Analysis
95.(p. 165)The Thomas theorem implies that since our social worlds are socially constructed there are no harmful consequences. Croteau - Chapter 07 #95Level: ModerateTopic: Culture and Social InteractionType: Comprehension96.(p. 177-178)Power at the top of a bureaucracy can never be challenged by those in lower positions. Croteau - Chapter 07 #96Level: ModerateTopic: Power in Groups and OrganizationsType: Evaluation97.(p. 180-181)It is simply human nature to want to conform; therefore, all cultures are similar in their level of conformity demonstrated by their members. Croteau - Chapter 07 #97Level: ModerateTopic: Power in Groups and OrganizationsType: Synthesis98.(p. 178)When organizations (such as two companies) merge, there are never problems with blending their cultures; it happens naturally. Croteau - Chapter 07 #98Level: ModerateTopic: Formalizing Structure: Groups and OrganizationsType: Evaluation