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26) Studies consistently document that increased formal education is associated with which one of these? a. racial tolerance. b. structural approach. c. scapegoating. d. racism.
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User: 26) Studies consistently document that increased formal education is associated with which one of these? a. racial tolerance. b. structural approach. c. scapegoating. d. racism.

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User: 25) In the dual labor market model the economy is divided into two realms with which one of these? a. the dominant group populating the secondary realm. b. menial jobs making up the secondary realm. c. long term stable employment in the secondary realm. d. all of these

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