Determination of degree of system elements dynamic cohesiveness
2]: High group cohesiveness
would stimulate a greater impulsive tendency to purchase sports team-licensed merchandise than low group cohesiveness
Attraction to group membership, cohesiveness
, is a function of the balance between the costs and the benefits of membership (Thibaut & Kelley, 1959).
A challenge for counselors at this stage is to help the group retain its cohesiveness
, its sense of identity, and its focus on task accomplishment until the moment that the campers board the buses to go home.
For example, when forming groups in the classroom, the lecturer can follow the key principles for group formation provided above; that is, ensure an even distribution of student assets in each group and avoid barriers to group cohesiveness
The superimposed ragtime piano music, played by David Shephard, gives the film cohesiveness
The publisher has reorganized the talks for cohesiveness
Family conditions with respect to divorce and family cohesiveness
One explanation for this variance in effects could be differences between group cohesiveness
Two vital organizations have united to breathe new life into a mission that focuses on high quality standards and a vision that seeks to bring cohesiveness
to a fragmented marketplace.
9) and a lower mean score on the scale measuring perceived neighborhood support and cohesiveness
Such an integrated mix of activities once characterized traditional cities and is being promoted today under the banner of the "New Urbanism," a movement that also recognizes the value of good design in creating both lively variety and reassuring cohesiveness
in American cities.