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Frank, Jim, Martha and Louise occupy the same apartment, share routine chores such as cooking, cleaning and laundry and each contributes a share of their earnings to pay utilities and food costs.
Sociologists would describe this group as a ________. A. famnily B. household C. patriarchy D. clan
The answer is B. household.
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