Group autonomy and internal group control

Social Forces Vol/Iss. 33 Published In Pages: 322-326
By March, James G.


This study explores how differences in group autonomy are related to differences in internal group control. Results support the hypothesis and suggest that group autonomy is positively related to the manipulatory potential of the group and the control that the group has over its members.

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