Social Groups

  1. A small social group in which relationships are both personal and enduring.
    Primary group
  2. Large and impersonal social group based on a specific interest or activity.
    Secondary group
  3. Social group commanding a member's esteem and loyalty.
    Ingroup
  4. Social group towards which one feels competition or opposition.
    Outgroup
  5. Group made up of 2 persons.
    Dyad
  6. Group made up of 3 persons.
    Triad
  7. Subgroup members who make up less than 15% of the whole group.
    Tokens
  8. Conduct that furthers the work of the group.
    Group task behavior
  9. Behavior that conduct that helps the group function productively.
    Group maintenance
  10. Conduct that interferes with the work of the group.
    Personal oriented behavior
  11. Large, formally organized group.
    Association
  12. Pattern of social organization which includes blueprint for structure, authorities, activities and relationship.
    Bureaucracy
  13. Characteristics of Bureaucracy:
    • Specialization
    • Hierarchy of offices
    • Rules and Regulations
    • Technical competence
    • Impersonality
    • Formal, written communications
Author
FelipeJung
ID
322311
Card Set
Social Groups
Description
1st Semester
Updated