Difference between revisions of "Community Stages Terminology"

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* aborning
 
* aborning
* adjourning
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* <strike>adjourning</strike> (Tuckman and Jensen 1977)
 
* adorning
 
* adorning
 
* antireforming
 
* antireforming
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* misinforming
 
* misinforming
 
* morning
 
* morning
* mourning
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* <strike>mourning</strike> (Tuckman and Jensen 1977)
 
* nonadorning
 
* nonadorning
 
* nonconforming
 
* nonconforming
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* nontransforming
 
* nontransforming
 
* <strike>norming</strike> (Tuckman 1965)
 
* <strike>norming</strike> (Tuckman 1965)
* outperforming
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* <strike>outperforming</strike> (Rickards and Moger 2002)
 
* outscorning
 
* outscorning
 
* overinforming
 
* overinforming
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* readjourning
 
* readjourning
 
* readorning
 
* readorning
* reforming
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* <strike>reforming</strike> (White 2009)
 
* reinforming
 
* reinforming
 
* rejourning
 
* rejourning
 
* retransforming
 
* retransforming
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* <strike>renorming</strike> (Timothy Biggs)
 
* scorning
 
* scorning
 
* shoehorning
 
* shoehorning
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* thermoforming
 
* thermoforming
 
* thorning
 
* thorning
* transforming
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* <strike>transforming</strike> (White 2009)
 
* unconforming
 
* unconforming
 
* underperforming
 
* underperforming

Revision as of 19:25, 23 June 2018

Bruce Tuckman proposed four stages that groups go through: forming, storming, norming, and performing. This page tracks the use of other candidate community stages (see the blog post for more information).

  • aborning
  • adjourning (Tuckman and Jensen 1977)
  • adorning
  • antireforming
  • attorning
  • ausforming
  • barnstorming
  • bestorming
  • bethorning
  • beworming
  • borning
  • brainstorming
  • chloroforming
  • conforming
  • corning
  • deforming
  • dehorning
  • deworming
  • disadorning
  • disforming
  • dishorning
  • disinforming
  • electroforming
  • enforming
  • forming (Tuckman 1965)
  • gorming
  • horning
  • hydroforming
  • informing
  • midmorning
  • misforming
  • misinforming
  • morning
  • mourning (Tuckman and Jensen 1977)
  • nonadorning
  • nonconforming
  • nondeforming
  • nonforming
  • nonperforming
  • nonsporeforming
  • nontransforming
  • norming (Tuckman 1965)
  • outperforming (Rickards and Moger 2002)
  • outscorning
  • overinforming
  • performing (Tuckman 1965)
  • platforming
  • postforming
  • preforming
  • premorning
  • readjourning
  • readorning
  • reforming (White 2009)
  • reinforming
  • rejourning
  • retransforming
  • renorming (Timothy Biggs)
  • scorning
  • shoehorning
  • slipforming
  • sojourning
  • sorning
  • sporeforming
  • storming (Tuckman 1965)
  • stubborning
  • suborning
  • terraforming
  • thermoforming
  • thorning
  • transforming (White 2009)
  • unconforming
  • underperforming
  • unforming
  • uniforming
  • uninforming
  • unmourning
  • unperforming
  • unreforming
  • untransforming
  • worming
  • yestermorning
  • afterswarming
  • beswarming
  • hearthwarming
  • heartwarming
  • housewarming
  • inswarming
  • overswarming
  • overwarming
  • prewarming
  • rewarming
  • swarming
  • unswarming
  • upswarming
  • warming

This was generated on a Debian system using the american-english-insane dictionary using the following command:

grep -e '[^A-Z].*ou\?r[mn]ing$' /usr/share/dict/american-english-insane

Plus a few from this command, filtered to only those that rhyme.

grep -i -E "[^A-Z].*ar[mn]ing$" /usr/share/dict/american-english-insane