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5 Matching questions

  1. Instrumental Leader
  2. Clique
  3. Authoritarian Leader
  4. Dyad
  5. Leaderships Styles
  1. a Tries to keep the group moving toward its goals; a.k.a. task-oriented leader
  2. b Ways of expressing yourself as a leader
  3. c 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
  4. d Clusters within a group, or its internal factions
  5. e One who gives orders

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Max 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"
  2. Georg Simmel; Consists of three people; Can create strain because interaction between the first two people decreases; EX: Husband and wife have a baby, and all attention is placed on the baby and interest is lost between the parents
  3. 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
  4. The "teacher" shocks the "learner" everytime he misses an answer. The teacher continued increasing the level of shocking, as instructed, even though the teacher felt it inhumane.
  5. Aggregate and Category

5 True/False questions

  1. CoalitionsGeorg Simmel; Some group members aligning themselves against others; It is not uncommon for two members of a triad to feel stronger bonds and to prefer one another, leaving the third person hurt and excluded

          

  2. Who is Dr. Asch 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)

          

  3. Resisting AlienationForming primary groups at work by banding together in informal settings, like lunch or drinks after work

          

  4. The Rationalization of SocietyRobert Michels; An elite inner circle keeps itself in power by passing the leadership positions among its members

          

  5. Laissez-faire LeaderOne who is highly permissive