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15 Cards in this Set

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collections of people who are physically at the same place at the same time, but do not interact
George Simmel
identified several crucial differences between the dyad and triads
Instrumental (task) leader
primarily concerned with making the decisions that help the group achieve its goals
Expressive (socioemotinonal) leader
concentrates on keeping the group's morale high
Solomon Asch
1/3 went along with the group, knowing they were wrong
segments within a large population that recieve different amounts of scarce resources bc of their structural inequality
mechanical solidarity
form of internal cohesion that results from people being very much like each other
organic solidarity
based on difference and interdependence
society constructed primarily on the basis of natural will

small, rural, custom, and tradition
society based largel on rational will
determines how human behavior is determined, rooted in the nature side
looking-glass self
we use others as a mirror to ourselves
George Herbert Mead
Self is made of two components: I and me
spontaneous, creative, impulsive, and unpredictable
part that makes you concerned about what others think of you