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A study of divorce rates among the populations of Canada, England, the U.S., and France is an example of: A) anomie. B) alienation. C) microsociology. D) macrosociology.
A study of divorce rates among the populations of Canada, England, the U.S., and France is an example of: D) macrosociology.
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User: A study of divorce rates among the populations of Canada, England, the U.S., and France is an example of:

User: A study of divorce rates among the populations of Canada, England, the U.S., and France is an example of: A) anomie. B) alienation. C) microsociology. D) macrosociology.

Weegy: A study of divorce rates among the populations of Canada, England, the U.S., and France is an example of: D) macrosociology.
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