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Kinesiology
Course Code
Kinesiology 1088A/B
Professor
Bob La Rose

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Kinesiology1088aLecture15GroupCohesionDefinition1The result of all forces acting on members to remain in the group Festinger et al 1950Definition2Resistance of the group to disruptive forces Gross and Martin 1952ModernDayConceptDynamic process reflected in the tendency for a group to attract members stick together and remain united in the pursuit of its goals andor the satisfaction of its members2 dimensions TASKSOCAILCarron et al 1998FundamentalCharacteristics1Multidimensional numerous factors cause groups to stick together2Dynamic can change over time better players get to play and others dont and then we get conflict 3Instrumental groups stick together for task purposes to achieve common goals and objectives4Affective groups stick together because members likeenjoy each others company social attraction interaction between people and how much you enjoy being with those people on your team ConceptualModelofCohesionpg182intext Environmental FactorsPersonal Factors Leadership Factors This is in a circle cycle with anarrow from environment to teamTeam Factors
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