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sociology and anthropology, an action group or task group is a group of people joined temporarily to accomplish some task or take part in some organized collective action.
As the members of the action group are brought together on a single occasion and then disband, they cannot be regarded as constituting a full-fledged
social group, for which they would need to interact recurrently in accordance with their social identities.
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