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  • Roles (in context of group dynamics)

    Roles are the prescribed set of behaviors, functions, and responsibilities that individuals are expected to fulfill within a group or social context. In group dynamics, roles help establish order, facilitate cooperation, and distribute tasks and responsibilities among group members. Roles can be formal, such as designated leadership positions, or informal, emerging from the interactions and dynamics within the group. Each role contributes to the overall functioning and effectiveness of the group, influencing communication patterns, decision-making processes, and the achievement of group goals.

    In an online community, roles play a significant role in shaping the dynamics and interactions among members. Similar to offline groups, online communities may have established roles, such as moderators or administrators, who oversee the community and enforce guidelines. Additionally, informal roles may emerge within the community, such as influencers, experts, or active contributors, who contribute to discussions, provide guidance, or share valuable insights. Roles in an online community help maintain order, foster community engagement, and distribute responsibilities for community management. Recognizing and appreciating the diverse roles within an online community can contribute to a sense of belonging, encourage participation, and create a vibrant and supportive community environment.

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