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Which of the following early sociologists had an important influence on the development of the social-conflict approach? A.Karl Marx B.Talcott Parsons C.Emile Durkheim D.Herbert Spencer
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User: Which of the following early sociologists had an important influence on the development of the social-conflict approach? A.Karl Marx B.Talcott Parsons C.Emile Durkheim D.Herbert Spencer

Weegy: A.Karl Marx
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User: What might a sociologist say about people's selection of marriage partners?

User: A statement of how and why specific facts are related is called a(n): Answer approach. precept. concept. theory.

Weegy: statement of how and why specific facts are related is called a theory.
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