On Social Groups and Relations
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A group of people is divided (1) into n fundamental groups and (2) into 2n attitude classes, the members of each class accepting just those belonging to a particular set of fundamental groups. Cohesiveness of the n·2n resulting classes, compatibility relations among them, and inextensible (maximal) cohesive sets are studied.
Key wordsGroup cohesiveness and compatibility social group.
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