Norms are valuable and influential to any society for the fact that these are the ground rules that encourages behavior that helps the group with its work and discourages behavior that will interfere with the progress of the group (Richardson, 1999). The norms that are created by the group have large influence to its member and is hard to revise the norms instill to a member thus making each member more accountable and more productive in the group (Parks, 2004). This makes a group more functional and m...
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