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Community and Family Studies Preliiminary Syllabus Notes

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These extensive study notes review the entire preliminary syllabus for Community and Family Studies.

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Technology Politics Labor Human Interest Social Issues Leadership Hospitality Health Social psychology Sociology Group dynamics Behavior Team Group cohesiveness Power Positive psychology Dispute resolution Conflict resolution Group processes
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Technology Politics Labor Human Interest Social Issues Leadership Hospitality Health Social psychology Sociology Group dynamics Behavior Team Group cohesiveness Power Positive psychology Dispute resolution Conflict resolution Group processes
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Focus is on quality and quantity of tasks rather than feelings, opinions or group members. Roles that may impact on the effectiveness of a group Brainstormer always have good ideas good at getting things started tend to be disorganised have too many ideas which may cause conflict within the group Judge make decisions when the group cannot reach an agreement flexible see both sides of an argument Socioemotional roles: communicate feelings, opinions and values about the goal, and about factors affecting the group. Roles that may impact on the effectiveness of a group Encourager motivate other members honest group members may be less vocal protect the weak Confronter concerned with the opinions and feelings of group members assertive assist the group in dealing with conflict Encourage members to express their feelings and opinions openly...
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