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The article is mainly to describe the concept of "primary group" and to explain theimplications for education. It is divided into five parts. Firstly, eight characteristics are pointed out. Secondly, six common types of primary group are proposed, includingthe home, the pre-school play group, primary groups of children, the courtship group,the congenial group, and the gang. Thirdly, five positive functions that the primary group can perform are indicated. Fourthly, five common disordering behaviors of primary group are listed out. Finally, based on the foregoing analysis, five proposes are set out as references for parents and educational workers.
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