A diagrammatical representation of patterns of interpersonal relationships amongst group members (likes or dislikes, communication links, etc. ). Usually, each member is represented by a letter or symbol and the various links are shown by arrows. The use of sociograms to analyse intergroup relationships is known as sociometry.

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