A new transfer student joins a residential student organization on their new campus. She arrives at their first meeting and sits in the back and does not speak up at the meeting. While some other members notice the new student, no one approaches her or welcomes her to the group. She continues to attend meetings but does not feel she can contribute to the organization due to the makeup of the active members. This is an example of ______.

a. ethical opposition to the large group
b. opposition to values of the dominant group
c. exclusion by the larger group
d. unrealized strengths in action


c. exclusion by the larger group