Intro to Sociology, Week 6 Notes
Intro to Sociology, Week 6 Notes SO 1003
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Date Created: 03/07/16
Intro to Sociology Chapter 5 Social Groups Group has to have a min of two people Social groups are building blocks for society and for social interaction George Simmel focuses studies on group dynamics and how size matters in what happens in a group Simmel emphasized differences between dyad (group of two) and triad (group of three) Dyad o Most intimate form because each member is mutually dependent on other o If one leaves the group ends Triad o When third person comes in they are either: Mediator Hold group together Tertius gaudens “third that rejoices” Plays the original two against each other Divide et impera “divide and conquer” Tries to break group apart As number in group increases, the number of possible relationships increase The Asch Test o Experiment showed how actions of group influence people George Simmel Small groups o Informal hanging out o Unifocal Parties o Multifocal Large groups o Formal o Specific time, place, goals, and roles C. H. Cooley Primary groups o Closer and more intimate to members Secondary groups o No intimate connection o There for a purpose o After groups ends, never see members again In-groups o Sometimes majority o Has power Out-groups o Doesn’t have power o Sometimes minority Reference groups o Who you want to be o Who you look up to Networks Social capital o The information, knowledge, and connections that assist people with entering networks o The more people you know, the more networks you have o The stronger your relationships, the more social capital you have
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