Effective Group Discussion Theory and Practice Gloria Galanes 15th Edition Test Bank
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Effective Group Discussion: Theory and Practice, 15e (Galanes)
Chapter 1 The Small Groups in Everyone’s Life
1) Which of the following is not one of the important ideas about groups offered by your authors?
- A) Forming groups is something humans do naturally.
- B) Just because we participate in a group does not mean we participate well.
- C) All groups experience grouphate.
- D) Groups are a way for us to make a contribution to society.
2) Schutz described three types of human needs for which small groups are a major source of satisfaction. These are
- A) inclusion, openness, and control.
- B) love, belonging, and submission.
- C) order, power, and security.
- D) psychological, physiological, and sociological.
- E) individual, group, and social.
3) A key feature of a group is an interdependent goal, which means
- A) group members are responsible to themselves.
- B) an individual group member succeeds or fails in terms of his or her contributions to the group.
- C) group members do not succeed together.
- D) members of a group cannot achieve the goal without the other members also achieving it.
- E) group members succeed or fail individually.
4) Which of the following is an accurate example of a small group?
- A) seven people waiting at a bus-stop
- B) students eating at the resident dining hall
- C) a 5-member task force working to control drinking on college campuses
- D) ten people walking across the street
- E) a group of 100 students attending a lecture
5) Grouphate refers to
- A) ostracism of one member by other members of a group.
- B) a strong negative feeling about participating in groups.
- C) a hatred of all members of one particular group
- D) a hatred shared by all members of a group.
- E) a negative feeling a member develops in her or his group after an argument.