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Into to Comm notes MC 101 - Intro to Mass Communications

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Here are Kleins chapter 10 notes
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Notetaker on Tuesday April 12, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to MC 101 - Intro to Mass Communications at Pace University taught by in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 8 views. For similar materials see Intro to Communications in Communication at Pace University.

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Date Created: 04/12/16
Ch. 10: Solving Problems in Groups  Advantages of Group Dynamics o Diversity brings different ideas and perspectives to the table o Leave Bias behind o Accuracy by catching each other’s errors o Commitment: members are more likely to accept solutions that they create  Break-out Groups: smaller groups that work together to report back to the larger group they are a part of.  Problem Consensus: anonymity in the group to vote or give an idea for something.  Focus Group: one person leading the group on a certain topic or focus. Test out products and discuss about them.  Parliamentary Procedure: Groups into committees and vote in blocks. Ex: US and British Gov.  Panel Discussion: Has a leader to run the panel along to come up with a consensus.  Virtual Groups: video conferences, cohesion. o Problems: computers freeze, no internet, loss of files.  Disadvantage of Group Problem Solving o Conflicts between people o Impressions of fellow group members o Trying to establish a leader o Info overload o Unequal participation: the ones who only speak can dominate the conversation, some do most of the work while others don’t o Pressure to conform: Go along with the majority (ex. Spiral of Silence Theory: fear of what happens if you go against the group, Group Think)


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