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Interpersonal Relationships Sociogram

Interpersonal Relationships Sociogram

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Sociogram - Interpersonal relationships in a group

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publish time: 2021-02-26
Lisa Anderson

In this Sociogram example - we are constructing a sociogram by asking each person to list two other people to work with on an activity. The topic does not matter. In most cases, the social relationships will be relatively constant regardless of the activity. Making sure they put their own name on the top of the paper. Then write up this data as a chart. Green arrows indicate who is choosing whom. The orange arrows indicate that those people chose each other.A sociogram is a graphic representation of social links that a person has. It is a graph drawing that plots the structure of interpersonal relations in a group situation.