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UCSP-Q2-WEEK1.1 (Primary and Secondary groups).pptx

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UCSP-Q2-WEEK1.1 (Primary and Secondary groups).pptx

  1. 1. PRIMARY AND SECONDARY GROUPS
  2. 2. • Members of society belong to social groups that vary not only in size but also in the level of depth of interaction and interdependence among its members. • Parents, siblings, first cousins, and relatives – closest to individual • As they get older, they discover that social groups exert more profound impact to their lives.
  3. 3. PRIMARY GROUP___ • Small, intimate, and less specialized group whose members engage in face-to-face and emotion-based interactions over extended period of time. • Its interdependence is characterized by deep and profound relationship with each others.
  4. 4. PRIMARY GROUP___ •Examples: family, close friends, classmates, work-related peers, church-mates. •In the Philippines, primary group affiliation is based on kinship ties. •Filipinos recognized bilineal kinship which traces lineage from both parents.
  5. 5. SECONDARY GROUPS__ •Larger, less intimate, and more specialized groups. Where members engage in impersonal and objective-oriented relationship for a limited time. •Membership of this group is less intrinsic and more instrumental.
  6. 6. SECONDARY GROUPS__ • Examples: 1. Employees treat their colleagues as secondary groups since they need to cooperate with one another to achieve certain goals in the workplace. 2. Professional relationship between lawyers and clients, corporation and hundreds of employees, stockholders, and shareholders.
  7. 7. •Mutual benefit , rather than emotional affinity, becomes the primary driving force that compel individuals to stay together in a secondary group.
  8. 8. THANK YOU!!!

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