Groups

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Wiley, 1984 - Psychology - 335 pages
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This bold study examines how groups work--their growth, rule, conventions, activity, absenteeism, and conflict--using a real-life event as a model to explain why some groups succeed and others fail. The book develops new principles for analyzing human behavior in groups and a methodology that differentiates among natural, social and political science in terms of truth, verification and appropriate technology.

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Contents

Contents Introduction
1
Paradigms in Social Psychology
10
Cybernetic Paradigms
40
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Robinson is with the University of Northumbria.