Systems, Groups, and Organizations

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Part Outline. Past Individual MotivesSocial Networks: It\'s a Small WorldGroupsBureaucracyFreedom and Constraint in Social Life. How Social Groups Shape Our Actions. 1. Standards of solidarity interest congruity. When we shape connections, we create standards of solidarity about how we ought to carry on to support the relationships.Study of the Nazis who meandered the Polish farmland to shoot and slaughter

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´╗┐Part 5 Networks, Groups, and Organizations

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Chapter Outline Beyond Individual Motives Social Networks: It's a Small World Groups Bureaucracy Freedom and Constraint in Social Life

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How Social Groups Shape Our Actions 1. Standards of solidarity request similarity. When we shape connections, we create standards of solidarity about how we ought to carry on to support the connections. Investigation of the Nazis who meandered the Polish field to shoot and slaughter "foes" of Nazi Germany felt they needed to complete their appointed occupation or face letting down their companions.

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How Social Groups Shape Our Actions 2. Structures of expert tend to render individuals dutiful. A great many people think that its hard to ignore experts since they fear criticism, segregation, and discipline. Shown in analysis led by social clinician Stanley Milgram.

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How Social Groups Shape Our Actions 3. Organizations are profoundly powerful structures of expert. The Nazi genocide machine was so successful in light of the fact that it was bureaucratically composed. An administration is an extensive, generic association made out of plainly characterized positions orchestrated in a chain of command.

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Polling Question How likely would you be to join an association where participation is dictated by race? Likely Somewhat likely Unsure Somewhat far-fetched Very impossible

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Milgram Experiment 71% of trial subjects were set up to manage stuns of 285 volts, in spite of the way that the performer gave off an impression of being in incredible pain at this level of current. Shows us that when we are acquainted with a structure of specialist, we are slanted to comply with people with great influence.

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Obedience to Authority Increases with Separation from the Negative Effects of One's Actions

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The Building Blocks of Social Networks Dyad is the most basic system shape, a social relationship between two social units. Group of three is a social relationship among three social units. The social elements of these two basic system structures are on a very basic level diverse.

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The Dyad Both are invested in the relationship. Needs both accomplices to live however just a single to kick the bucket. No "free riders" are conceivable. Neither can deny obligation by moving it to a bigger collectivity.

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The Triad Intensity and closeness are decreased. Permits an accomplice to be obliged for the aggregate great. Coalitions are conceivable. Outsider intervention of contention between two accomplices is conceivable.

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The Triad Exploitation of contention between two accomplices is conceivable. A separation and-vanquish system is conceivable. "Free riders" are conceivable. It is conceivable to move duty to the bigger collectivity.

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The Asch Experiment Asch gathered seven men. One was the subject, the others were "performing artists". Asch demonstrated the men a card with a line on it and asked which line on the card was an indistinguishable length from a line on card 2. Every one of the six on-screen characters addressed off-base. The subject normally overruled his own particular recognition and concurred with the greater part.

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The Asch Experiment

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Factors in Conformity The probability of similarity increments as gathering size increments to three or four individuals. As gathering cohesiveness expands, so does the probability of congruity. Individuals with low status in a gathering are less inclined to disagree than individuals with high status.

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Factors in Conformity People in individualistic social orders like the United States have a tendency to adjust not as much as individuals in collectivist social orders like China. Indeed, even one disagreeing voice incredibly expands the shot that others will contradict.

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Group Think Group weight to adjust regardless of individual doubts Examples: President Roosevelt and his consultants declined to trust the Japanese would bomb Pearl Harbor. President Nixon chose to conceal the Watergate soften up.

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Groups are bunches of individuals who relate to each other. Essential gatherings include extreme, close, persisting relations. Auxiliary gatherings include less individual and serious ties. Reference gatherings are gatherings against which individuals measure their circumstance or direct.

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Polling Question Which sort of gathering is the most critical to you? Essential gathering Secondary gathering

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Four Criticisms Against Bureaucracies Dehumanization Bureaucratic formality Oligarchy "administer of the couple of" Bureaucratic inactivity

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Possible Dyadic Relationships by Number of People in Group

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Bureaucratic Structure

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Network Structure

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free enterprise Leadership The slightest powerful, Leader permits subordinates to work things out all alone, with no bearing from above. Works best when gather individuals are very experienced, prepared, roused, and instructed and when trust and trust in gathering individuals are high.

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Authoritarian Leadership Authoritarian pioneers request strict consistence from subordinates. Best in an emergency, for example, a war or a crisis room. May procure grudging admiration for accomplishing the gathering's objectives even with troublesome conditions.

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Democratic Leadership Offers more direction than free enterprise however less control than tyrant. Pioneers attempt to incorporate all gathering individuals in basic leadership. With the exception of emergency circumstances, popularity based initiative is the best authority style.

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Quick Quiz

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1. Stanley Milgram's examination, in which subjects utilized a "shock generator," demonstrated that: individuals get to be distinctly antagonistic towards the individuals who can't help contradicting them. the finishes of Solomon Asch's examination were mistaken. at the point when standards are put into composing, they are less demanding to authorize. individuals are probably going to take after the requests of specialist figures.

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Answer: d Stanley Milgram's exploration, in which subjects utilized a "shock generator," demonstrated that individuals are probably going to take after the requests of expert figures.

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2. Which of the accompanying is NOT normal for a group of three? Power and closeness are decreased. Distinction is confined. Coalitions are conceivable. Outsider intervention of contention is conceivable. No "free riders" are conceivable.

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Answer: e The trademark, No "free riders" are conceivable, is NOT normal for a set of three.

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3. Which of the accompanying proclamations is steady with the discoveries of Solomon Asch's analysis in which subjects were made a request to match lines? Many individuals will trade off their own particular judgment to abstain from being viewed as various. Many individuals pick companions who have a tendency to concur with them. Customary individuals say things they know to be untrue to individuals in power. These decisions are right.

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Answer: a The announcement: Many individuals will trade off their own particular judgment to abstain from being viewed as various. is reliable with the discoveries of Solomon Asch's test in which subjects were made a request to match lines.

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4. Which of the accompanying outline mindless conformity? A gathering offers data and makes a successful suggestion. A gathering pioneer settles on a choice without counseling anybody, and the choice ends up being a terrible one. A gathering looks for agreement, debilitating individuals from talking uninhibitedly, and making a poor approach suggestion. None of these decisions.

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Answer: c The accompanying outlines mindless conformity: A gathering looks for accord, demoralizing individuals from talking openly, and making a poor approach suggestion.

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5. The more levels in a bureaucratic structure: the all the more productively it works. the more outlandish is oligarchic manage to rise. the more troublesome correspondence gets to be. the more prominent the quantity of dyadic connections. None of these decisions.

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Answer: c The more levels in a bureaucratic structure the more troublesome correspondence gets to be.

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