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Slide # 2 Which of the Following Is an Example of a Group? Cheerleaders at a school A high school football team People lined up to vote Women at a baby shower Pedestrians at a crosswalk
Slide # 3 Cheerleaders at a School
Slide # 4 Football Team
Slide # 5 People Lined Up to Vote
Slide # 6 Women at a Baby Shower
Slide # 7 Pedestrians in a Crosswalk
Slide # 8 Families, couples in love, street gangs, social clubs Relationships that are face-to-face and personal Primary Groups
Slide # 9 Four Features of a Primary Group Continuous, face-to- face interaction Strong ties Multifaceted Enduring
Slide # 10 Organized around specific, impersonal goals Not as much interaction as in primary groups School classes, political parties, sports teams Secondary Groups
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