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TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS Police administrators are conditioned to look for systematic

TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS

1.Police administrators are conditioned to look for systematic variables that have contributed to a problem.

 

2.Groups perform a limited number of functions.

 

3.The definition of a group is more comprehensive than the definition of a team.

 

4.Secondary groups are less intense and more segmented than primary groups.

 

5.A police manager is not concerned with whether or not a group is receptive to change.

 

6. Cliques are shadow entities that exist officially.

 

7. Groupthink is a common characteristic of closed and highly cohesive groups.

 

8.Police officers are normally active participants in several subgroups.

 

9.Command groups are horizontal groups in complex organizations.

 

10.A norm is a set of expectations and behaviors associated with a given position in a social unit.

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