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1. A double interact does not include a(n)
C. agent.
2. Studies have substantiated Weick’s claim that the more reliance on rules, the
B. fewer cycles
3. Selection occurs
C. after enactment.
4. The basic unit of Weick’s concept of interconnectedness is the
A. double interact.
5. Weick holds that rules are
B. appropriate when equivocality is low.
6. There is a positive relationship between
A. equivocality and the number of cycles needed.
7. The ultimate goal of an organization is
D. survival.
8. In the terms of open-systems theory,
D. all of the above.
9. Which, to Weick, is not a stage in the process of social-cultural evolution
A. adjustment
10. The information systems approach to organizations has been criticized because Weick’s
D. sociocultural application of Darwin’s theory can become ideology if taken too far.