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Wrong-doing, such as an adult forcing a child to engage in sexual activity, is an example of violating cultural: A.mores. B.symbols. C.folkways. D.control.
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D)mores.
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The intangible world of ideas created by members of a society is referred to as: A.high culture. B.material culture. C.norms. D.nonmaterial culture.
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explain what either Lenski or Durkheim would say about the technology’s impact of society
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Determine whether there is one best approach to management, or if managers should adopt a variety of management approaches. Provide your rationale.
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