Family and close friends are examples of
B) primary groups.
D) secondary groups.
E) benchmark groups.
Which of the following statements is not true?
A) Primary groups have a powerful influence on our social identity.
B) Primary groups contribute to our personal development.
C) Primary groups are long-lasting.
D) Primary groups form our support system.
E) Primary groups are highly structured.
_____ are typically large and impersonal.
A) Primary groups
B) Secondary groups
E) Reference groups
Your sociology class this semester is an example of a/n
A) primary group.
B) secondary group.
D) benchmark group.
E) ideal group.