Introducing Indian Society

Introducing Indian Society


What is a group?


Groups are the essence of life in society. This term refers to such diverse collectivities as the family, the crowd or the social class, informal cliqes or vast communities. It also refers to the member of races or religions or occupations or to this or that division of sex or age or intelligence or temperament. As per the meaning given to this term in Webster's dictionary—' Group consists of a number of individuals assembled together or having some unifying relationship.' Each group has unique wholeness qualities that become patterned by the way of members' thinking, feeling and communicating into structural sub-systems.

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