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soc 101 chap 5 notes

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Soc 101 w Samson Chap 5 Leadership concerned with maintaining emotional and relational harmony within the group is called expressive leadership. Women who are part of networks that include more men than women are more likely to hear about good job leads. The patterns of interaction between groups and individuals are called group dynamics. Power that is backed by the threat of force is called coercive power. The tendency to enforce a high degree of conformity among members that creates a demand for unanimous agreement is called groupthink. Which of the following is true about conformity? We conform because we want to gain acceptance and avoid disapproval. Generally, as the size of a social group increases, stability and regulations also increase. Which of the following is true concerning primary and secondary groups? Membership in secondary groups usually does not carry the same potential for emotional satisfaction as primary-group membership. A larger and more impersonal group that is usually organized around a specific goal and is often temporary is called a secondary group. The CEO who only cares about profits, regardless of the employees personal well-being or morale, is using instrumental leadership. According to the text, what are the two major sources of inefficiency in the group process? organization and social loafing What is Durkheim’s term for a state of normlessness? Anomie Which of the following would probably be considered an out-group by your city police force? a motorcycle gang A collection of people who share a physical location but do not have lasting social relations is called an aggregate. You and your family, friends, peers, colleagues, teachers, and co-workers constitute a social network. Which of the following is one of the characteristics of bureaucracies according to Max Weber? Specialization Which of the following would be considered an example of a primary group? your group of close friends Which of the following is the strongest type of conformity? Internalization A group that one identifies with and feels loyalty toward is called an in-group. The Asch experiment, which found that most people gave incorrect answers to factual questions when a group of people endorsed those answers beforehand, illustrates the concept of group conformity. A monarchy is an example of traditional authority. Which of the following is an example of what Ritzer calls the McDonaldization of society? the replacement of people with automated check-in machines at airports Which of the following would be considered a social group, according to sociologists? Your sociology class The sense of solidarity or loyalty that individuals feel toward a group to which they belong is called group cohesion. An employee who adheres to a dress code at work even though he or she would rather not is an example of conformity due to compliance.


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