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Which of the following early sociologists had an important influence on the development of the social-conflict approach? Answer Karl Marx Talcott Parsons Emile Durkheim Herbert Spencer
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In making judgments about how society should be improved, the ________ approach in sociology rejects Max Weber's goal that researchers be value-free. Answer interpretive critical scientific positivist
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In making judgments about how society should be improved, the CRITICAL approach in sociology rejects Max Weber's goal that researchers be value-free.
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"A statement of a possible relationship between two or more variables" is the definition of which concept? Answer theory correlation spurious correlation hypothesis
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A statement of a possible relationship between two or more variables" is the definition of spurious correlation.
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The concept "oligopoly" refers to: Answer any corporation with more than $1 billion in sales. the largest company in a particular field. domination of a market by a few companies. a large company operating in all three economic sectors.
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The concept "oligopoly" refers to: domination of the market by a few companies.

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