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Description of Group

The member doing the computer updates and myself are females, and it may be inferred that this is gender bias of a type, as there are three other male group members not actively involved in the day-to-day operations of the recovery efforts who could do the computer and information networking. All are computer-knowledgeable, and have the time to perform these functions. The roles have evolved the way they have because the female doing the computer updating is the wife of the leader, and is in touch with him more frequently than any other group member could be while he is out of the country. I volunteered to keep the other group members updated on events, so there really is no gender bias at work here. We are all professionals and appreciate each others talents and capabilities.

As Stolle and Rochon found out in their study (47-65), being a part of a social group gives its members what they term ...

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