Groups have a common identity but not shared expectations. Please select the best answer from the choices provided T F

Kaitlin Dean

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Victoria Fowler on December 17, 2018

Yes, this is true. For example let's take the nations: they are groups with a common identity (often the common language, as many countries in Europe), but that may have different objectives, which is reflected in the political debates, which can be very polarizing.

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