Social Aspects of Working Groups
Identify and research components of human society and the relationships they are a major concern for both sociology and social psychology, political science or anthropology. Using a widely accepted concept, global society is composed of a set of social formations, understood as networks of individuals who share cultural and subcultural models from which to develop processes relative uniformity, distribution status, roles and functions and space selective targeting against general problems of society the main types of social formations are groups, communities and organizations . Groups are social formations in which individuals interact directly based on rules accepted and recognized as members of a distinct entity within a specific time and place. Communities based on the same recognition of rules and principles, but do not involve direct interaction between members (any ethnic, or believers of a particular rite, for example). Party organizations are deliberately set up to achieve a particular purpose, using explicit decision and control strategies.
Volume (Year): XII (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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