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Q: Herbert Spencer was a sociologist who developed the concept of the ideal type. (Points : 3) True False
A: Herbert Spencer was a sociologist who developed the concept of the ideal type. FALSE. It was Max Weber.
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User: Herbert Spencer was a sociologist who developed the concept of the ideal type. (Points : 3) True False

Weegy: It is True that Herbert Spencer was a sociologist who developed the concept of the ideal type.
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Herbert Spencer was a sociologist who developed the concept of the ideal type. FALSE. It was Max Weber.

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