ID 2415 Study Guide - Spring 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Wrench, World War Ii, Watergate Scandal

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ID 2415
MIDTERM EXAM
STUDY GUIDE
Fall 2018
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Chapter 1 Key Terms:
Grouphate: the feeling of antipathy and hostility many people have about working in a group,
fostered by the many ineffective, time-wasting groups that exist.
Group: three or more people with an interdependent goal who interact and influence each
other.
Interdependent goal: an objective shared by members of a small group in such a way that one
member cannot achieve the goal without the other members also achieving it.
Small group: a group of at least three but enough members for each to perceive all others as
individuals, share some identity or common purpose, and share standards for governing their activities
as members.
Small group discussion: a small group of people communicating with each other to achieve some
interdependent goal, such as increased understanding, coordination of activity, or solution to a shared
problem.
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affection.
Secondary group: a group whose major purpose is to complete a task such as making a decision,
solving a problem, writing a report, or providing recommendations to a parent organization.
Activity group: a group formed primarily for members to participate in an activity such as bridge,
bowling, hunting, and so forth.
Personal growth group: a group of people who come together to develop personal insights,
overcome personality problems, and grow personally through feedback and support of others.
Learning group: a group discussing for the purpose of learning about and understanding a
subject more completely.
Problem-solving group: a group whose purpose is finding ways to solve a problem or address a
particular condition.
Committee: a small group of people given an assigned task or responsibility by a larger group
(parent organization) or person with authority.
Ad Hoc Committee: a group that goes out of existence after its specific task has been completed.
Standing committee: a group given an area of responsibility that includes many tasks and
continues indefinitely.
Quality control committee: a group of employees who meet on company time to investigate
work-related problems and to make recommendations for solving these problems.
Self-managed work group: a small group of peers who determine within prescribed limits their
own work schedules and procedures.
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Top team management: a team composed of top officers of an organization charged with
making complex strategic decisions.
Social loafer: a person who makes a minimal contribution to the group and assumes the other
members will take up the slack.
Participant observer: an active participant in a small group who at the same time observes and
evaluates its processes and procedure.
Ethics: the rules or standards that a person or group uses to determine whether conduct or
behavior is right and appropriate.
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Document Summary

Grouphate: the feeling of antipathy and hostility many people have about working in a group, fostered by the many ineffective, time-wasting groups that exist. Group: three or more people with an interdependent goal who interact and influence each other. Interdependent goal: an objective shared by members of a small group in such a way that one member cannot achieve the goal without the other members also achieving it. Small group: a group of at least three but enough members for each to perceive all others as individuals, share some identity or common purpose, and share standards for governing their activities as members. Small group discussion: a small group of people communicating with each other to achieve some interdependent goal, such as increased understanding, coordination of activity, or solution to a shared problem. Pri(cid:373)ary group: a group whose (cid:373)ai(cid:374) purpose is to (cid:373)eet (cid:373)e(cid:373)(cid:271)ers" (cid:374)eeds for i(cid:374)(cid:272)lusio(cid:374) a(cid:374)d affection.

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