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Matching Quiz

Questions 1-5 match each of group work"s historical roots with its appropriate description

Questions 6-9 match each of the following five group properties with its appropriate definition.

Questions 12-13 match each of the following five common group properties with its appropriate definition.

  1. Settlement house movement
      a. Management of negative group dynamics and promotion of therapeutic living environments
      b. Group healing of individual pain
      c. Skills training and socialization to norms
      d. Pursuit of leisure activities to build community and make constructive use of time
      e. Use of the power of small groups to solve local problems
  2. Recreation movement
      a. Management of negative group dynamics and promotion of therapeutic living environments
      b. Group healing of individual pain
      c. Skills training and socialization to norms
      d. Pursuit of leisure activities to build community and make constructive use of time
      e. Use of the power of small groups to solve local problems
  3. Progressive education movement
      a. Management of negative group dynamics and promotion of therapeutic living environments
      b. Group healing of individual pain
      c. Skills training and socialization to norms
      d. Pursuit of leisure activities to build community and make constructive use of time
      e. Use of the power of small groups to solve local problems
  4. Mental health and child guidance movement
      a. Management of negative group dynamics and promotion of therapeutic living environments
      b. Group healing of individual pain
      c. Skills training and socialization to norms
      d. Pursuit of leisure activities to build community and make constructive use of time
      e. Use of the power of small groups to solve local problems
  5. Residential or social milieu
      a. Management of negative group dynamics and promotion of therapeutic living environments
      b. Group healing of individual pain
      c. Skills training and socialization to norms
      d. Pursuit of leisure activities to build community and make constructive use of time
      e. Use of the power of small groups to solve local problems
  6. Size
      a. The heterogeneity and homogeneity of members
      b. The optimum number of members needed to establish a viable group
      c. The looseness or strength of bonds between members
      d. The reason for which the group exists
      e. When members can join
  7. Purpose
      a. The heterogeneity and homogeneity of members
      b. The optimum number of members needed to establish a viable group
      c. The looseness or strength of bonds between members
      d. The reason for which the group exists
      e. When members can join
  8. Composition
      a. The heterogeneity and homogeneity of members
      b. The optimum number of members needed to establish a viable group
      c. The looseness or strength of bonds between members
      d. The reason for which the group exists
      e. When members can join
  9. Open or closed membership
      a. The heterogeneity and homogeneity of members
      b. The optimum number of members needed to establish a viable group
      c. The looseness or strength of bonds between members
      d. The reason for which the group exists
      e. When members can join
  10. Degree of cohesion
      a. The heterogeneity and homogeneity of members
      b. The optimum number of members needed to establish a viable group
      c. The looseness or strength of bonds between members
      d. The reason for which the group exists
      e. When members can join
  11. group stages
      a. Hope, universality, altruism
      b. Implicit and explicit norms governing the group"s behavior
      c. Forming, norming, storming, performing, ending
      d. Subgroups, roles, cliques
      e. Interpersonal threat, competition, rivalry
  12. group structure
      a. Hope, universality, altruism
      b. Implicit and explicit norms governing the group"s behavior
      c. Forming, norming, storming, performing, ending
      d. Subgroups, roles, cliques
      e. Interpersonal threat, competition, rivalry
  13. communication and interaction patterns
      a. Hope, universality, altruism
      b. Implicit and explicit norms governing the group"s behavior
      c. Forming, norming, storming, performing, ending
      d. Subgroups, roles, cliques
      e. Interpersonal threat, competition, rivalry
  14. curative factors
      a. Hope, universality, altruism
      b. Implicit and explicit norms governing the group"s behavior
      c. Forming, norming, storming, performing, ending
      d. Subgroups, roles, cliques
      e. Interpersonal threat, competition, rivalry
  15. anti-group sentiments and forces
      a. Hope, universality, altruism
      b. Implicit and explicit norms governing the group"s behavior
      c. Forming, norming, storming, performing, ending
      d. Subgroups, roles, cliques
      e. Interpersonal threat, competition, rivalry
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