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    • Reasons For Group Formation
      By Chantelle Ghassibe & TaylahCamilleri
    • Locality/geography
      You may join a group based on the fact that it is in your local community.
      E.g joining a local soccer club
    • Gender
      We may be grouped according to whether we are male or female based on social etiquette.
      E.g Mother’s groups
    • Shared interest/common goal
      These groups form because group members have a particular interest.
      E.gsuch as a hobby, artistic or sporting talent and/or a common goal such as a church or community fund raising group.
    • Security
      Being part of a group provides us with a sense of security.
      E.gNeighbourhood watch group that voluntarily meets regularly to discuss and implement safety measures for the local community.
    • Sexuality
      Groups may be formed based on a person’s sexuality.
      E.ginclude a variety of gay and lesbian groups within the community.
    • Specific Needs
      This type of group forms in responses to a particular need. It may be temporary and the group disbands when the need is met.
      E.gvolunteer groups assisting in response to a natural disaster.
    • Social Interaction
      We all need to enjoy time with others. Groups formed with the primary goal of social interaction include a gathering at a party, a work social club and a Mother’s group.
    • Culture
      A group may form from a particular culture to enjoy communicating in their native language, eating traditional food and experience activities familiar to this culture.