Comm 113: Group Norms
Terms in this set (8)
Sets of expectations held by group members concerning what kinds of behaviors or opinions are acceptable or unacceptable, good or bad, right or wrong, appropriate or inappropriate.
express the values of the group, help the group to function smoothly, define appropriate social behavior, and help the group survive.
A norm that is rarely discussed or openly communicated
A norm that is written or verbally stated
determine how group members communicate with one another and reveal what types of communication behavior are appropriate in a group.
Dictate how the group operates.
Identify the levels of influence among group members and help explain how status (prestige, respect, influence) is determined.
Determine the quality and quantity of work expected from group members.
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