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Working with Groups (Psychology Revivals) : The Social Psychology of Discussion and Decision.

By: Klein, Josephine.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Psychology Revivals: Publisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2014Copyright date: ©1963Description: 1 online resource (243 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781317636342.Subject(s): Interpersonal relations | Social groupsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Working with Groups (Psychology Revivals) : The Social Psychology of Discussion and DecisionDDC classification: 301 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Original Title Page -- Original Copyright Page -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- Table of Contents -- 1 Introductory -- 2 What happens in groups: the disadvantages of observation without theory -- 3 Task-related behaviour and the decision-making sequence -- 4 Task-related behaviour and the functions of members -- 5 The psychological significance of self-expression and group-membership -- 6 The social significance of self-expression -- 7 Groups in their formal and informal environment -- 8 Influential members and their influence -- 9 Structure, function, and morale -- 10 Changing ideas in theory and practice -- 11 Two group meetings -- 12 Role-playing as an aid to clarification -- 13 Role-playing as a training-device -- 14 Role-playing and group self-evaluation -- 15 Conclusion -- Index.
Summary: Originally published in 1963, this book was one of the first to explore group process and working with groups. The introductory chapter tells us that working with groups requires three skills: and understanding of theory, a knowledge of its application, and trained experience in its use. It goes on to discuss these points, helping the reader towards an understanding of group processes and making decisions in groups. This title is an early example of author's explorations of groups and group work, which were to be a major factor in the establishment of group-work practice in Britain over the following years.
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Original Title Page -- Original Copyright Page -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- Table of Contents -- 1 Introductory -- 2 What happens in groups: the disadvantages of observation without theory -- 3 Task-related behaviour and the decision-making sequence -- 4 Task-related behaviour and the functions of members -- 5 The psychological significance of self-expression and group-membership -- 6 The social significance of self-expression -- 7 Groups in their formal and informal environment -- 8 Influential members and their influence -- 9 Structure, function, and morale -- 10 Changing ideas in theory and practice -- 11 Two group meetings -- 12 Role-playing as an aid to clarification -- 13 Role-playing as a training-device -- 14 Role-playing and group self-evaluation -- 15 Conclusion -- Index.

Originally published in 1963, this book was one of the first to explore group process and working with groups. The introductory chapter tells us that working with groups requires three skills: and understanding of theory, a knowledge of its application, and trained experience in its use. It goes on to discuss these points, helping the reader towards an understanding of group processes and making decisions in groups. This title is an early example of author's explorations of groups and group work, which were to be a major factor in the establishment of group-work practice in Britain over the following years.

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