Broker, Mediator, Advocate, Teacher, Act as a False Prophet
Mediator, Adviser, Connector, Teacher
Enabler, Broker, Mediator, Advocate, Educator
Presenter, Banker, Mediator, Leader, Advocate
Respect, Solidarity, Empowerment, Accepting diversity
Isolation, Leadership, Power, Dominance
Respect, Acceptance of Diversity, Professionalism, Maintaining individuality
Confidence, Competence, Respect, Empowerment
Assign objectives to group members, Communication, Assisting one another
Productivity, Mutual Aid, Maintaining Relationships
Completing objectives, Productivity, Communication
Communication, Productivity, Mutual Aid
Status, Social Norm, Power
Background, Social Norm, Individuality
Social Norm, Status, Roles
Wealth, Greed, Dominance
Formed and Natural
Forced and Natural
Friendship and Business
Business and Personal
Therapy Group, Education Groups, Committees
Profitable Organizations, Therapy Groups, Educational Groups
House Parties, Spur of the moment meetings, Alcoholics Anonymous
Facebook Groups, Therapy Groups, Profitable Organizations
Family, Friends, Gangs, Cliques
Family, Friends, Peers, Animals
Store owners, Neighborhoods, Board Committees
Educators, Advocates, Random Jay-Walker in court fighting a ticket
Treatment for drug abuse
Assisting personal needs within the group aimed at success based on treatment goals
Assisting personal needs within a group aimed at success based on accomplishing tasks mandated
Treating wounds from being beaten by Batman
A formal group with expectations of success based on accomplishing objectives.
A group that meets the needs of its group while accomplishing some objectives
This is not the right answer.
This is the right answer.
Support, Educating, Growth, Therapy, Socialization, Self Help
Educating, Supporting, Photosynthesis, Therapy, Socialization, Self Help
Accommodating, Education, Support, Therapy, Socialization, Self Help
Education, Support, Self Help, Developing Relationships
Media, Remedial and Reciprocal Model
Historical, Social and Reciprocal Model
Social, Remedial and Reciprocal Model
Social, Ethical and Cultural Model
Being an acceptable, sociable member of society based on culture
Focuses on members ignoring social norm to better themselves
Focuses on members reaching social norms, valuing cultural diversity and group ethics.
This isn't the answer.
Rehabilitation of substance abuse
Having members attend remedial classes to correct drug abuse
Ignoring change in society and develop leadership traits
Rehabilitation of its members to correct behaviors
Recognizing that members will be influenced by environments; help group members find a common ground between personal and societal demands
Understand that members will not be influenced by environment. Helps the group members find a common ground between personal and societal demands
Members will not be affected by their environment and are taught to ignore personal demands in exchange for societal
Members will be affected by their environment and are taught to ignore personal demands in exchange for societal
Psychodynamic, Advocate, Systems, Field, Social Exchange, Narrative
Systems, Psychodynamic, Learning, Field, Social Exchange, Narrative
Systems, Educator, Systems, Field, Social Exchange, Narrative
Systems, Psychodynamic, Learning, Field, Advocate, Narrative
Only if someones feelings get hurt and needs a band-aid.
Flexibility vs Rigidity
All of the above are correct
Communication & Interaction Patterns, Group Cohesion, Social Integration, Group Culture
Communication & Interaction Patterns, Group Cohesion, Social Integration, Group Think
Communication & Interaction Patterns, Group Cohesion, Medical Malpractice, Group Culture
Communication & Interaction Patterns, Group Cohesion, Social Interaction, Cultural Acceptance
Incoding, Transmission, Decoding
Decoding, Transmission, Decoding
Encoding, Transmission, Decoding
What the hell? Those 3 are all similar. Screw you, Ritchie.
Encoding: A thought that can be turned into a message (symbols/language) that can be sent
Transmission: The sending of messages to other
Decoding: Another persons understanding of these messages/transmissions.
If you care about getting 100%, this is the answer to pick.
Pole-Pun-Here, Round Robin, Hot Seat, Free Floating
Maypole, Round Robin, Whoopie Cushion, Free Floating
Maypole, Square Robin, Hot Seat, Free Floating
Maypole, Round Robin, Hot Seat, Free Floating
Understanding cues and reinforcement that members recieve
Emotional bonds/"interest alliance"
Size and Physical Arrangements
All of the above are acceptable answers
"Thank you for sharing"
"Thank you for nothing"
"Well, that was pointless"
"Oh you were done talking?"
The members attraction to remain in the group
The members ability to hate each other
Reducing malice within the group
Learning how to become a better person without group assistance
Here's an interesting quiz for you.