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Multiple Choice

For each question, choose the single best answer.

This activity contains 15 questions.

Question 1.
People who interact with one another and who think of themselves as belonging together are referred to as ____________.

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Question 2.
The first social revolution, the domestication of plants and animals, occurred approximately _________ years ago.

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Question 3.
The first society to develop permanent settlements was the ___________ society.

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Question 4.
The so-called "dawn of civilization" occurred soon after the:

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Question 5.
The ___________ is to the agricultural society as the ___________ is to the postindustrial society.

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Question 6.
Cooley characterized ____________ as being the "springs of life."

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Question 7.
Because secondary groups do not satisfy our human needs for intimate associations, these groups tend to __________.

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Question 8.
Cody is a member of the L.A. Crips. The other gangs in his territory are the Bloods and Satan's Slaves. Cody feels very antagonistic towards the Bloods and the Slaves. For Cody, these two rival gangs would be considered __________.

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Question 9.
Milgram's experiment involving the "small world phenomenon" utilized two groups. He referred to these two groups as the ___________ and ____________.

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Question 10.
With respect to group size, Georg Simmel noted that:

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Question 11.
The smallest possible group is classified as a ____________.

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Question 12.
How groups influence us and how we effect groups refers to ____________.

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Question 13.
A phenomenon of group dynamics that decreases one's willingness to help others as the size of the group increases is referred to as ______________.

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Question 14.
The classic experiment addressing the power of peer pressure that included six "stooges" and one true participant was the _____________.

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Question 15.
The concept of "Groupthink" was developed by _____________.

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