Identify three types of small groups.
Locate and provide real-life examples of small groups (such as support groups, community groups, education groups, and parent support groups) in your community.
Specifically discuss the purpose and scope of each of the three groups chosen earlier, along with the group structure, the population served, the frequency of group meetings, and the duration of the group.
Define the term "community" and then discuss the influences of the global communication technologies on the nature of communities. You can use the groups identified above as examples to explain your points.
Compare two theoretical approaches to community (for example, contrasting types, spatial arrangements, social systems, social capital, and conflict) in terms of relevance to human services.