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Sociograma (es); Sociogramme (fr); sociograma (ca); Soziogramm (de); Sociogram (sr-el); Sociogrami (sq); Социограм (sr-ec); Социограма (bg); Социограм (sr); ソシオグラム (ja); Sociogram (sv); Sosiogram (nb); Sociogram (sk); Sociogramma di Moreno (it); Sosiogrammi (fi); Sociogram (en); سوسيوجرام (ar); Sociogram (cs); 社會關係圖 (zh) graphic representation of social links that a person has (en); Graph zur Darstellung von sozialen Beziehungen (de); grafisk fremstilling av en persons sosiale kontakter (nb) السوسيوجرام (ar)
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A sociogram is a graphic representation of social links that a person has. It is a sociometric chart that plots the structure of interpersonal relations in a group situation. It may be used in an elementary classrooms to identify outliers, or children not picked by their peers. It also shows those children who are the queen bees, or leaders. A sociogram may be mapped out by collecting the data from a simple question like, "If you were given an extra break at school, and could take three friends with you outside, who would you take?"


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