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courses:ct60a7000:spring2016:critical:artemkhvatov [2016/04/25 17:54]
f0387904 [Task 4]
courses:ct60a7000:spring2016:critical:artemkhvatov [2016/04/25 18:55]
f0387904 [Task 3]
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 __**Society vs. individual. Select one community/​society/​group where you belong and reflect the societal pressures from society and individual perspectives. Point here is to analyze you perception of these pressures to both directions.**__ __**Society vs. individual. Select one community/​society/​group where you belong and reflect the societal pressures from society and individual perspectives. Point here is to analyze you perception of these pressures to both directions.**__
  
 +Group: Group for course Social Sustainability
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 +I chose our group which we got in a course Social Sustainability,​ where we have to do case report study in groups of 4-5 people. Groups were formed through moodle, before course started and people in our group did not know eachother. ​
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 +Societal pressures in our group come mostly from the institutional pressures. This is because we did not know eachother before our group was formed and have very little interaction apart from this task that was given to us, therefore we don't have as strong reputational or moral pressures driving us to do work together or performing better than we have to to pass the course. ​
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 +On the other hand certain institutional pressures were put on us as a group (by our group) when we got together to write and discuss case exercise plan. We divided our task between members of the group and wrote a plan which states who is responsible for which part of the task. So in case someone won't do their work or does it poorly, the lecturer can see who was responsible for that part.