membership group


Dictionary of sociology. 2013.

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  • membership card — UK US noun [C] ► a small piece of plastic or stiff paper that shows you are a member of a group or organization: »Anyone entering the building must have both a ticket and a membership card or a guest voucher. »a club/party/union membership card …   Financial and business terms

  • group — group, social group A number of individuals, defined by formal or informal criteria of membership, who share a feeling of unity or are bound together in relatively stable patterns of interaction. The latter criterion is necessary in order to… …   Dictionary of sociology

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