SOCIOMETRY IN THE CLASSROOM:
HOW TO DO IT
Leaving the slips of this first pattern, start diagraming another set. For
example, there are two slips in the set with Jim's (11) name on the left. Jim
(11) has chosen Mike (17), so there is a mutual choice (Mike --- Jim, and Jim
--- Mike). This is an example of a Mutual Choice. Place these side by side
with the two "Jim's" together and add the third slip (Harry --- Jim) so that
the "Jim's" converge as in FIGURE 12.
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