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  1. Expressive Leader
  2. Which two terms are considered to not be a group?
  3. Groupthink
  4. What are the dysfunctions of bureaucracies?
  5. Small World Phenomenon
  1. a Usually is not recognized as a leader; this person is more likely to crack jokes, offer sympathy, lift the group's morale
  2. b Irving Janis; Refers to the collective tunnel vision that group members sometimes develop; as they begin to think alike, they become convinced that there is only one "right" viewpoint and a single course of action to follow
  3. c Aggregate and Category
  4. d Red Tape, Bureaucratic Alienation, Bureaucratic Incompetence
  5. e Determines how extensive the connections are among social networks; EX: if you list everyone you know, each of those individuals lists everyone he or she knows, and eventually the entire world would possibly be listed

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Bureaucracies, with their rules and emphasis on results, would increasingly dominate our lives
  2. Refer to how groups influence us and how we affect groups
  3. Even after an organization achieves its goal and no longer has a reason ton continue, continue it does; EX: March of Dimes
  4. 1. Clear levels, with assignments flowing downward and accountability flowing upward 2. A division of labor: each worker has a specific task to fulfill and are coordinated to accomplish the purpose of the organization 3. Written rules 4. Written communications and records 5. Impersonality and replaceability: The office is important, not the individual who holds the office
  5. People who think of themselves as belonging together and who interact with one another, are the essence of life in society

5 True/False Questions

  1. Electronic CommunityOne who tries to gain a consensus

          

  2. CategoryPeople who influence the behaviors, opinions, or attitudes of others

          

  3. Who is Dr. Milgram and what did he study and why?Studied conformity; one-third gave in to the group half the time, providing what they knew to be wrong answers, two out of five gave wrong answers, but not as often, and one of four stuck to their guns and always gave the right answer (See page 127)

          

  4. AggregateConsists of people who temporarily share the same physical space but who do not see themselves as belonging together

          

  5. Secondary GroupsCharles Cooley; Provide intimate, face-to-face interaction, they give us an identity's feeling of who we are; EX: Family

          

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