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Ch. 7 – Groups. 1. A social group toward which a person feels competition or opposition is which of the following? A) an in-group B) an out-group C) a.

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1 Ch. 7 – Groups

2 1. A social group toward which a person feels competition or opposition is which of the following? A) an in-group B) an out-group C) a reference group D) a social network

3 2. Stanley Milgram's research, in which subjects used a "shock generator," showed: A) people become angry when others disagree with them. B) the ability to withstand pain varies with cultural background. C) people are surprisingly likely to follow the orders of not only real authority figures but also groups of ordinary individuals. D) that ordinary people are surprisingly independent in their judgments.

4 3. Which of the following is the best example of a secondary group? A) a fraternity chapter meeting on campus B) a Microsoft Corporation awards banquet C) parents meeting with their daughter and her coach D) girl scouts at a cookout

5 4. Why did Cooley refer to some groups as "primary groups"? A) They are among the first groups we experience in life. B) They have primary importance in the socialization process. C) They contain the people most important in our lives. D) All of the above are correct.

6 5. Solomon Asch's research, in which subjects were asked to match lines, showed: A) people seek out friends with whom they tend to agree. B) people defined as "leaders" have great power over their subjects. C) people tend to see most things differently. D) group membership has the power to generate conformity.

7 Please hand in the Scantron sheets Thank you

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9 1. A social group toward which a person feels competition or opposition is which of the following? A) an in-group B) an out-group C) a reference group D) a social network

10 2. Stanley Milgram's research, in which subjects used a "shock generator," showed: A) people become angry when others disagree with them. B) the ability to withstand pain varies with cultural background. C) people are surprisingly likely to follow the orders of not only real authority figures but also groups of ordinary individuals. D) that ordinary people are surprisingly independent in their judgments.

11 3. Which of the following is the best example of a secondary group? A) a fraternity chapter meeting on campus B) a Microsoft Corporation awards banquet C) parents meeting with their daughter and her coach D) girl scouts at a cookout

12 4. Why did Cooley refer to some groups as "primary groups"? A) They are among the first groups we experience in life. B) They have primary importance in the socialization process. C) They contain the people most important in our lives. D) All of the above are correct.

13 5. Solomon Asch's research, in which subjects were asked to match lines, showed: A) people seek out friends with whom they tend to agree. B) people defined as "leaders" have great power over their subjects. C) people tend to see most things differently. D) group membership has the power to generate conformity.


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