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Based on Gans' typologies of city dwellers, what classification do the elderly, mentally ill, and drug addicts fall into?
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Based on Gans' typologies of city dwellers, what classification do the elderly, mentally ill, and drug addicts fall into 'The trapped' category (third sub-type).

`The trapped (four subtypes): ...The third subtype represents elderly people who have drifted into the slums because they are not wanted elsewhere and are powerless to prevent their downward slide. The last category includes alcoholics and drug addicts.' '
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The definition of health and illness varies from culture to culture and group to group. This variance in definition is most aligned with which sociological perspective?.
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The answer is, based off of the 'Functionalism" sociological perspective. Functionalism refers to, how aspects of society are formed.
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The answer is, based off of the 'Functionalism" sociological perspective. Functionalism refers to, how aspects of society are formed.
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The answer is, based off of the 'Functionalism" sociological perspective. Functionalism refers to, how aspects of society are formed.
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Hunting and gathering societies which generate very little surplus food and material property are described by sociologists as ________ economies.
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Hunting and gathering societies which generate very little surplus food and material property are described by sociologists as subsistence economies.
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