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5 Matching questions

  1. Leaderships Styles
  2. Social Network
  3. Small Group
  4. Primary Groups
  5. The Iron Law of Oligarchy
  1. a Ways of expressing yourself as a leader
  2. b There are few enough members that each one can interact directly with all the other members
  3. c Charles Cooley; Provide intimate, face-to-face interaction, they give us an identity's feeling of who we are; EX: Family
  4. d Refers to people who are linked to one another; Includes your family, friends, acquaintances people at work and school, and "friends of friends"
  5. e Robert Michels; An elite inner circle keeps itself in power by passing the leadership positions among its members

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The groups we refer to when we evaluate ourselves; EX: family, neighbors, teachers, classmates, co-workers, and the Scouts or the members of a church, synagogue, or mosque
  2. Forming primary groups at work by banding together in informal settings, like lunch or drinks after work
  3. 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
  4. Georg Simmel; Smallest possible group that consists of two people; The most intense or intimate of human groups because only two people are involved; The interaction is focused on them; Tend to be unstable because one member can be uninterested and the group will collapse
  5. Groups toward which we feel loyalty

5 True/False questions

  1. Goal DisplacementKarl Marx; When workers begin to feel more like objects than people; workers are being cut off from the finished product of their labor

          

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

          

  3. What does the Mcdonaldization of society refer to?George Ritzer; The standardization of everyday life, a process that is transforming our lives; EX: If you want to go shopping, you go to a mall, where there is one-stop shopping in controlled environments or Travel agencies that offer "package" tours

          

  4. BureaucracyMax Weber; A group that has since become dominant in social life; Shifts the emphasis from traditional relationships based on personal loyalties to the "bottom line"

          

  5. Small World PhenomenonThere are few enough members that each one can interact directly with all the other members

          

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