Which of the following best describes the relationship between group size, intimacy, and stability?

a. Larger groups, such as families with more than three children, are more intimate than small families—with one child—because everyone must look after everyone else.
b. Larger groups, such as fraternities, are less intimate than small cliques, but the fraternities are a more stable group.
c. Dyads are the most stable and enduring of all social groups.
d. Triads are more intimate than dyads because members are working to keep the group together.
e. Larger groups are more fragile and less stable than groups of two.
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Asked Oct 10, 2013
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