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Erving Goffman’s notion of stigma, which can be used to describe the elderly, the disabled, and gays and lesbians in U.S. society, is an example of which theoretical perspective? a. conflict
theory b. labeling theory c. functionalism d. world systems theory
The answer is a. Conflict Theory.
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