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    Analyze and explain the major differences between concepts of In and Out groups.

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    In-group as a group of people who share common interests and have a concern for each other's welfare, and whose members may include family, distant relatives, co-workers, and members of political and/or religious groups to which an individual belongs. Individuals form in-groups based on mutual interests and common traits since they are most likely to receive reinforcement for such traits from similar others. In-group members will view their long-term welfare in terms of the ...

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