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5 Matching questions

  1. Out-Groups
  2. Social Network
  3. The 5 Characteristics of Bureaucracies
  4. Small Group
  5. Leaderships Styles
  1. a Groups toward which we feel antagonism
  2. b There are few enough members that each one can interact directly with all the other members
  3. c Ways of expressing yourself as a leader
  4. d 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. e Refers to people who are linked to one another; Includes your family, friends, acquaintances people at work and school, and "friends of friends"

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Stanley Milgram; One average, everyone in the United States is separated by just six individuals; EX: I,the "starter" need to send a letter to someone who lives in a state where I know no one. I would send it to someone I know who might know someone in that state. The letter would get to the "target" in just six jumps
  2. Georg 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
  3. One who tries to gain a consensus
  4. Charles Cooley; Provide intimate, face-to-face interaction, they give us an identity's feeling of who we are; EX: Family
  5. Larger and more anonymous, formal, and impersonal than primary groups; Based on some common interest or activity, and their members are likely to interact on the basis of specific statuses, such as president, manager, worker, or student; EX: Contestants for Miss Universe

5 True/False questions

  1. Instrumental LeaderUsually is not recognized as a leader; this person is more likely to crack jokes, offer sympathy, lift the group's morale

          

  2. Authoritarian LeaderOne who gives orders

          

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

          

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

          

  5. Peter PrincipleLaurence Peter; Each employee of a bureaucracy is promoted to his or her level of incompetence