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Part 2 vocabulary

Conformity Pursuing conventional goals through approved means
Innovation The use of unconventional means to achieve a culturally approved goals (Drug Dealers)
Ritualism Following the institutionalized means methodically, even when the cultural goals are unachievable
Retreatism Rejection of both cultural goals and means and following a lifestyle that separates the individual from society (hermit)
Rebellion Rejection cultural goals and means followed by the creation of a counter-culture intent on changing the current goals and means
Social Group Two or more people who identify and interact with one another
Category Persons who share a status (no interaction) (Women, Students)
Crowd Loosely – Formed Group with limited interaction (large classroom)
Primary Group A small social group whose members share personal and enduring relationships (Long-term commitments, family members, significant others)
Secondary Group A large impersonal social group whose members pursue a specific goal or activity. (Short-term, weak emotional ties, group projects, co-workers)
Tertiary Group Membership is based on a single link, such as a cause, fan of team (Alumni Assoc.)
bureaucracy A component of formal organization in which rules and hierarchical ranking are used to achieve efficiency
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