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Matthew is creating a PowerPoint presentation about the structural-functional perspective on poverty. What perspective should he include in his presentation
Weegy: Some of the structural-functional perspectives on poverty that should be included in the presentation: -Everything in society has a purpose and a function -Poverty and inequality serve a specific function in society -Inequality is a graded ladder of [ people at different income levels -Poverty motivates people to climb the ladder -Poverty ensures that all jobs (functions) in society will be filled ] (More)
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Which is an issue that is debated by modern-day sociologists? User: The French motto of brotherhood supports sociology by reminding people that they:
Weegy: The French Revolution was influenced by Brotherhood because the irate citizens of Paris stormed the Bastille together, it was an expression of the power of the people to take politics into their own hands. [ [ [ Fiscal irresponsibility influenced the Revolution because after debts where brought to an higher level then before then taxes were raised on the people to end the financial trap which was not easy and required the support of the aristocracy. ] ] (More)
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what is pH
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In chemistry, pH is a measure of the acidity or basicity of an aqueous solution.
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Action theory is an area in philosophy concerned with theories about the processes causing willful human bodily movements of more or less complex kind.
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