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Drawing conclusions about all of humanity based on research using only males as subjects is the problem called: A.androcentricity. B.overgeneralization. C.gender blindness. D.using double standards.
Drawing conclusions about all of humanity based on research using only males as subjects is the problem called overgeneralization, letter b. [wink]
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