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4 Row 1, Col 1 RETURN Cooperation, Conflict, Social Exchange, Coercion, and Conformity What are the five types of Group Social Interactions?

5 1,2 Self-deceptive thinking that is based on conformity to group beliefs, and created by group pressures to conform. What is Group-think? RETURN

6 1,3 Behavior that matches group expectations Conformity RETURN

7 1,4 Interactions that are intimate, personal, caring and fulfilling What are Primary Relationships? RETURN

8 2,1 Informal and unofficial aspects of culture that children are taught in school. Examples: Discipline, order, cooperation, conformity. What is Hidden Curriculum? Give an example. RETURN

9 2,2 Group in the neighborhood, clique at school, an after-school club, or a sports team Give an example of a Peer Group Socialization Peer Group: RETURN

10 2,3 The process of learning to participate in a group. What is Socialization? RETURN

11 2,4 Interaction in which individuals or groups are forced to behave in a particular way What is Coercion? RETURN

12 3,1 Behavior that departs from societal or group norms. What is deviance? RETURN

13 3,2 Criminal behavior, hippies, card players What is an example of deviance? RETURN

14 3,3 Involves behavior that under conforms to accepted norms. What is Negative Deviance? RETURN

15 3,4 Involves behavior that overcomes to social expectations What is positive Deviance? RETURN

16 4,1 Ways to encourage conformity to society’s norms. What is Social Control? RETURN

17 4,2 Rewards or punishments that encourage conformity to social norms. What are Social Sanctions? RETURN

18 4,3 Promotions or smiles. What are pros of social sanctions? RETURN

19 4,4 Fines, ridicule, and gossip What are negatives of social sanctions? RETURN

20 5,1 Discouraging criminal acts by threatening punishments. What is deterrence? RETURN

21 5,2 Punishment intended to make criminals pay compensation for their acts. What is retribution? RETURN

22 5,3 A repetition of or return to criminal behavior. What is recidivism? RETURN

23 5,4 Statistics are gathered from police departments across the country. Reports are submitted voluntarily by law enforcement agencies. How are crime statistics collected? RETURN

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