Groups and Organizations
Groups and Organizations SOCI 1010
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Date Created: 10/16/16
Tamia Boyd 10/13/16 Sociology 1010 Chapter 6: Groups & Organizations Primary Groups -People you choose to be close to; emotionally, intimately, -Examples include families and friends Secondary Groups -More professional -Examples includes coworkers, classmates, Primary vs Secondary -What you share or how you get depends on informal vs formal ties In group -A group you belong to -In group basis: judgement on people based on view -An example is a “click” that leaves out another member of their group because he or she may be weird or snobby Out group -A group you don’t belong to Groupthink -Highly cohesive -United against threats -Presence of a strong leader -Demonize or stereotype outgroups Social Capital -Information, knowledge (of people or things) and connections -Strength of weak ties (it is the people with whom we are the least connected who offer us the most opportunities) to creating networks Formal Organizations - 1) Normative -Voluntary membership -Shared interests - 2) Coercive -Required membership -Total institution - 3) Utilitarian -Contractual membership -Material reward - 4) Bureaucracies -Characteristics -Division of labor -Hierarchy of authority -Rules and regulations -Impersonality
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