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It is disturbing to the self-satisfaction of the group, and they must deal with it either by assimilation or extrusion. The persistence of strangeness is intolerable to the group. There is something almost atavistic about this feeling-out process, a kind of social sniffing of each other, establishing that "we are the same sort". Despite the potential enrichment of life by intercourse with people unlike oneself, the tendency is—once commonalities are discovered—to gather into clusters of similar people.
Despite the potential enrichment of life by intercourse with people unlike oneself, the tendency is—once commonalities are discovered—to gather into clusters of similar people. The artist associates with other artists. The social-work student—that budding expert in human relations—tends to do the same. Packard (1959) tells 40 Group Theory for Social Workers of the widespread practice in the American real-estate market whereby speculative builders recommend the suitability of their housing projects to potential purchasers of given race, religion, income-bracket and range of professional interests.
Although this is by no means exhaustive, the author includes eighteen different classifications of group types based on the various criteria which have appeared preeminent to particular observers within each their frame of reference. Thus, in addition to the distinctions discussed above, Macarov reminds us of other relevant bases of categorisation such as group size, duration of group life, exclusivity of membership, method of formation, focus of activity, and others. We shall later, in other contexts, discuss the relevance of some of these features of group life, but will not at this point extend the list of classifications beyond those already mentioned.