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Matching Quiz

Five major theories from sociology provide information on the dynamics of non-clinical groups. Questions 1-5 match each theory with its appropriate description

Questions 6-9 match each of the following areas of macro practice with its purpose driven goal

Questions 10-14 match each type of skill needed in a task group with its appropriate definition

Questions 15-19 match each of the five functions performed by communities with its appropriate definition

There are seven typologies of community discussed in the book. The first typology discusses the location of community. Questions 20-22 match each type of community with its definition.

Questions 23-25 match each of three virtues necessary for value exploration in a democracy with its appropriate definition.

  1. Structure-functional theory
      a. Transactions between individuals and organizations are regulated by threat of losses and promises of gain.
      b. Governs work force productivity and morale
      c. Social stratification and conformity; pressure to go along
      d. Recognition of oppression and discrimination and the power of collective action
      e. Tolerance for difference, social identity, cultural pluralism
  2. Symbolic Interaction theory
      a. Transactions between individuals and organizations are regulated by threat of losses and promises of gain.
      b. Governs work force productivity and morale
      c. Social stratification and conformity; pressure to go along
      d. Recognition of oppression and discrimination and the power of collective action
      e. Tolerance for difference, social identity, cultural pluralism
  3. Power-Conflict theory
      a. Transactions between individuals and organizations are regulated by threat of losses and promises of gain.
      b. Governs work force productivity and morale
      c. Social stratification and conformity; pressure to go along
      d. Recognition of oppression and discrimination and the power of collective action
      e. Tolerance for difference, social identity, cultural pluralism
  4. Social Exchange theory
      a. Transactions between individuals and organizations are regulated by threat of losses and promises of gain.
      b. Governs work force productivity and morale
      c. Social stratification and conformity; pressure to go along
      d. Recognition of oppression and discrimination and the power of collective action
      e. Tolerance for difference, social identity, cultural pluralism
  5. Management theories
      a. Transactions between individuals and organizations are regulated by threat of losses and promises of gain.
      b. Governs work force productivity and morale
      c. Social stratification and conformity; pressure to go along
      d. Recognition of oppression and discrimination and the power of collective action
      e. Tolerance for difference, social identity, cultural pluralism
  6. Policy
      a. Structural change through the use of small and large groups
      b. Coherence and tolerance
      c. Productivity and morale
      d. Incremental reform within the system
  7. Advocacy
      a. Structural change through the use of small and large groups
      b. Coherence and tolerance
      c. Productivity and morale
      d. Incremental reform within the system
  8. Management
      a. Structural change through the use of small and large groups
      b. Coherence and tolerance
      c. Productivity and morale
      d. Incremental reform within the system
  9. Community
      a. Structural change through the use of small and large groups
      b. Coherence and tolerance
      c. Productivity and morale
      d. Incremental reform within the system
  10. Conceptualizer
      a. Determines what is needed to get the job done, secures resources, monitors time-line
      b. Uses skills to actually create the product
      c. Envisions the end product, set standards of quality- big picture
      d. Attends to details "who will do what when
  11. Planner
      a. Determines what is needed to get the job done, secures resources, monitors time-line
      b. Uses skills to actually create the product
      c. Envisions the end product, set standards of quality- big picture
      d. Attends to details "who will do what when
  12. Organizers
      a. Determines what is needed to get the job done, secures resources, monitors time-line
      b. Uses skills to actually create the product
      c. Envisions the end product, set standards of quality- big picture
      d. Attends to details "who will do what when
  13. Workers/doers
      a. Determines what is needed to get the job done, secures resources, monitors time-line
      b. Uses skills to actually create the product
      c. Envisions the end product, set standards of quality- big picture
      d. Attends to details "who will do what when
  14. Socialization
      a. Opportunities to participate in community events that promote a sense of belonging; parades, music-in-the park etc.
      b. Informal (social network) sources of aid.
      c. Transmission of values, beliefs, culture, and norms
      d. Enforcement of community norms through laws, ordinances, and a police force
      e. Institutional distribution of goods and services to community members
  15. Resource allocation
      a. Opportunities to participate in community events that promote a sense of belonging; parades, music-in-the park etc.
      b. Informal (social network) sources of aid.
      c. Transmission of values, beliefs, culture, and norms
      d. Enforcement of community norms through laws, ordinances, and a police force
      e. Institutional distribution of goods and services to community members
  16. Social control
      a. Opportunities to participate in community events that promote a sense of belonging; parades, music-in-the park etc.
      b. Informal (social network) sources of aid.
      c. Transmission of values, beliefs, culture, and norms
      d. Enforcement of community norms through laws, ordinances, and a police force
      e. Institutional distribution of goods and services to community members
  17. Support
      a. Opportunities to participate in community events that promote a sense of belonging; parades, music-in-the park etc.
      b. Informal (social network) sources of aid.
      c. Transmission of values, beliefs, culture, and norms
      d. Enforcement of community norms through laws, ordinances, and a police force
      e. Institutional distribution of goods and services to community members
  18. Socializing opportunities
      a. Opportunities to participate in community events that promote a sense of belonging; parades, music-in-the park etc.
      b. Informal (social network) sources of aid.
      c. Transmission of values, beliefs, culture, and norms
      d. Enforcement of community norms through laws, ordinances, and a police force
      e. Institutional distribution of goods and services to community members
  19. Geographical
      a. Membership consists of affiliation based on interests; professional or personal
      b. Membership is determined by physical location i.e. political boundaries, agency catchment area
      c. Membership is determined by socio-demographic characteristics, race, ethnicity, class, gender
  20. Functional
      a. Membership consists of affiliation based on interests; professional or personal
      b. Membership is determined by physical location i.e. political boundaries, agency catchment area
      c. Membership is determined by socio-demographic characteristics, race, ethnicity, class, gender
  21. Reference
      a. Membership consists of affiliation based on interests; professional or personal
      b. Membership is determined by physical location i.e. political boundaries, agency catchment area
      c. Membership is determined by socio-demographic characteristics, race, ethnicity, class, gender
    1. a. The assurance and cultivation of the capacity for political deliberations; active liberty
      b. All citizens have equal moral and political standing
      c. Pluralistic composition requires that all citizens be given the means of addressing and deciding public issues even in the face of deep disagreement.
  22. non-discrimination
      a. The assurance and cultivation of the capacity for political deliberations; active liberty
      b. All citizens have equal moral and political standing
      c. Pluralistic composition requires that all citizens be given the means of addressing and deciding public issues even in the face of deep disagreement.
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