A club, organization, or group with a common bond, such as an alumni association, a fraternal order or a professional organization. Such groups sometimes offer their members a Visa or MasterCard with the group’s logo on it.
A group of people with common interests. A special interest group identified for purposes of targeting specific ads.
A type of focus group in which respondents already know one another.
Group sharing common interest, usually people who are members of an organization.
Members of an organization, club or association that was formed for purposes other than travel.
An affinity group is generally a collection of grantmakers who share a common grantmaking focus, such as arts or education. There are also affinity groups emerging with a professional focus such as evaluation or knowledge-management. Some affinity groups are loosely organized, others are independently incorporated and have staff. See the Professional Directory which lists affinity groups.
a coalition of individual grantmakers or grantmaker organizations with a shared interest in a particular subject or funding area
a group of eight or so people
a group of people who have an affinity for each other, know each others strengths and weaknesses, support each other, and do (or intend to do ) political/campaign work together
a group of people who have something in common which brings them together to form the group
an action group that participates in civil disobedience
A coalition of grantmaker organisations or individuals and other interested people with a shared interest in a particular subject or funding area, that meets to exchange information, provide networking or professional development opportunities, or facilitate collaborative programs.
this is an organization like an industry trade association, chamber of commerce, or other group of entrepreneurs with common interests.
In SOM, an array of class objects that were all registered with the SOMClassMgr object during the dynamic loading of a class. Any class is a member of at most one affinity group.
a group of people organized around a single intent, tactic, or focus for the purpose of executing specialized sub-actions during actions or demonstrations.
Groups composed of members of an organization who travel together.
An organization formed for any purpose and subsequently sponsoring group travel arrangements; clubs, schools and trade associations are examples.
A separate and independent coalition of grantmaking institutions or individuals associated with such institutions that shares information or provides professional development and networking opportunities to individual grantmakers with a shared interest in a particular subject or funding area.
An affinity group is a small group of activists (usually from 3-20) who work together on direct action.