Katharine Cady's A Very Brief Summary

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Initially, Cady did not know how to act in the social setting she was placed in, therefore she had to learn along the way what the group norms were in the now scenery she encountered. Certain actions or expectation of others that were came back form her stay in African did no longer apply to those in America; she was now exposed to negative influences. She deviated from a collectivistic to an individualistic community. Once she able to gain access into this new found crowd, she began to conform to her new group and demonstrate the stages of group development. For example the forming stage when she first began to associate herself with the new group, she behaved polite with them to the extent of obeying them with certain suggestion like what
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