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given objective. This may be a slower decision process, but will be a more thought outplan and the ability to feel like to have a choice or decision in the matter will gain ahigher morale as an objective can be seen as working together to make the objectiveaccomplished.The final leadership style is the Laissez-faire leadership. This incorporates noleadership and others do as they will. Rules and guidelines will not be enforced and thereputation and culture of a given group may be at risk. With no leadership the objectivecould lose sight is least effective in decision making.
Chapter 5Question 1540 / 40 pts(TCOs 5, 6, and 8) Define and give examples of ascribed status, achieved status, master status, roleconflic,t and role strain.
Master status: This is an important position that a person occupy.it influences onesbehavior and social identity, it is the principal of a social identity, like how a professionaffects other roles. Examples can include family, friends, where they live, gender, age.Role conflict: This is when the roles are both associated with the same status, thishappens when people are confronted with incompatible role expectations in thestatuses they occupy. A great example is a customer conflicting with a mechanic aboutwhat needs to be fixed on a vehicle.Role strain: This happens when an individual experiences incompatible behavior,expectations, or when obligations are associated with a single social role. When statuscompete with each other. In the Marine Corps we call it Semper Gumby meaning toalways be flexible. One day you’re a field radio operator and in a matter of an hour youare a motor transport mechanic changing the oil on a hmmwv.Chapter 4. Ascribed status is a social position you are born with or into (being male),achieved status is a social position you earn through your own merit (college student),master status is the one status that you occupy that most clearly defines who you are(usually your occupation), role conflict is the incompatibility of expectations fromdifferent roles from two statuses that you occupy at the same time (boss and family bothneed you at the same time), role strain is the incompatibility of expectations fromdifferent roles from a single status that you occupy (daughter’s science fair is at sametime as son’s Math Olympics).
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