Group Formation.<br />Brooke Rachel & Shelby..<br />
Primary Groups.<br />Small,long-term groups characterised by more intimate communication, high levels of cohesiveness and ...
Secondary Group<br />Larger, less intimate more goal- focused group.<br />Examples; Workplaces, classes, school year group...
Temporary groups.<br />Formed for a particular purpose and disband when that purpose is fulfilled.<br />Examples; class as...
Permanent groups.<br />These groups are long standing and have strong connections and similar interests.<br />Examples; fa...
Formal groups.<br />These groups have specific goals and established boundaries and protocols.<br />Examples ; work teams,...
Informal groups.<br />These groups occur as a need arises and do not reply on structured organisation.<br />Examples ; ext...
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Group tasks

  1. 1. Group Formation.<br />Brooke Rachel & Shelby..<br />
  2. 2. Primary Groups.<br />Small,long-term groups characterised by more intimate communication, high levels of cohesiveness and security within the group,<br />examples ; family, friends, councilors.<br />
  3. 3. Secondary Group<br />Larger, less intimate more goal- focused group.<br />Examples; Workplaces, classes, school year groups.<br />
  4. 4. Temporary groups.<br />Formed for a particular purpose and disband when that purpose is fulfilled.<br />Examples; class assignment groups, help groups , peer support, sporting groups<br />
  5. 5. Permanent groups.<br />These groups are long standing and have strong connections and similar interests.<br />Examples; family and friends.<br />
  6. 6. Formal groups.<br />These groups have specific goals and established boundaries and protocols.<br />Examples ; work teams, police, FBI, schools, religious groups.<br />
  7. 7. Informal groups.<br />These groups occur as a need arises and do not reply on structured organisation.<br />Examples ; extended family, acquaintances. <br />

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