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They posit an overall movement from dependence to interdependence. Each of these two main phases includes sub-phases. The final sub-phase of phase II is named as ‘consensual validation’, in which interdependency problems are resolved. SMALL FACE-TO-FACE GROUPS 37 Some comments about the six group-level properties just discussed All these terms used in the previous sub-sections are concepts. They are not directly observable phenomena. What can be observed about a group consists of sequences of verbal and non-verbal behaviour.

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Another formulation of group development was worked out by Bennis and Shepard (1956). They posit an overall movement from dependence to interdependence. Each of these two main phases includes sub-phases. The final sub-phase of phase II is named as ‘consensual validation’, in which interdependency problems are resolved. SMALL FACE-TO-FACE GROUPS 37 Some comments about the six group-level properties just discussed All these terms used in the previous sub-sections are concepts. They are not directly observable phenomena.

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