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Compared to college students of the late 1960s, more of today's college students are concerned with: Answer developing a philosophy of life. making money. seeking justice in the world. being involved in political affairs.
Weegy: Compared to college students of the late 1960s, more of today's college students are concerned with: making money. (More)
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Updated 12/22/2012 7:20:12 AM
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Please try to provide a source.
Added 12/21/2012 10:09:10 PM
Thank you, debnjerry. Should i give the answer again attached with the link?
Added 12/21/2012 10:16:20 PM
No, it's okay. Just a reminder. Especially for questions that are not common knowledge there should be something to back up your answer.
Added 12/21/2012 10:17:59 PM
Okay, thanks for your reminder. But what if some answers are just based on your brain? As for this one, there is indeed a link though. just wodering those of common sense and also right...
Added 12/22/2012 12:10:03 AM
A lot of answers I know from my personal knowledge, but it is still easy to find a source to back it up.
Added 12/22/2012 7:20:13 AM
Cultural transmission refers to the process of: Answer cultural patterns moving from one society to another. using the oral tradition. passing cultural patterns from one generation to another. using writing to enshrine cultural patterns.
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Cultural transmission refers to the process of: passing cultural patterns from one generation to another.



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Which concept refers to a status that has special importance for social identity, often shaping a person's entire life?
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Master Status refers to a status that has special importance for social identity, often shaping a person's entire life.
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The priesthood, a specialized occupation in charge of a large religious organization, first developed in which type of societies? Answer hunting and gathering horticultural agrarian industrial
Weegy: 1. Socialization- family is the first and most important setting for child rearing 2. Regulation of sexual activity- incest taboo (keeps familial roles; forces people to go outside their first social organization) 3. [ [ Social placement- maintain social organization 4. Material emotional security- family offers physical protection, emotional support, and financial assistance ] ] (More)
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The priesthood, a specialized occupation in charge of a large religious organization, first developed in societies of hunting and gathering .
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