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Chapter Six:

Chapter Six:

Societies to Social Networks

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People who interact with one another and think of themselves as belonging together.

What is a Group?

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Domestication Revolution

Hunting and Gathering

Pastoral and Horticultural

Agricultural

Societies and Their Transformation

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Industrial Revolution

Postindustrial (Information)

BioeconomicNew Type?

Societies and Their Transformation

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Not to be Confused with Groups .

Aggregate

Category

Groups Within Society

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Primary Groups

Face-to-Face

The Family

Friends

Producing a Mirror Within

Groups Within Society

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Secondary Groups

Larger, More Anonymous

Members Interact Based on Statuses

Fail to Satisfy Need for Intimate Association

Groups Within Society

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In-Groups and Out-Groups

Loyalty to In-Groups

Antagonism Towards Out-Groups

Groups Within Society

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In-Groups and Out-Groups Produce

Loyalty

Sense of Superiority

Rivalries

Implications for Socially Diverse Society

Groups Within Society

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Reference Groups

Provide a Yardstick

Expose Us to Contradictory Standards

Groups Within Society

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Social Networks

The Small World Phenomenon

Is the Small World Phenomenon a Myth?

Groups Within Society

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