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Which sociological perspective holds the view that people create their social worlds through interaction and manipulation of symbols? A) functionalist B) conflict C) interactionist D) global
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Which of the following best describes the notion that the higher the level of one's education, the higher one's income level will be? Answer A) independent variables B) operational definition C) hypothesis D) none of these
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Hypothesis best describes the notion that the higher the level of one's education, the higher one's income level will be.

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The tendency to assume that one's own culture and way of life represent the norm or are superior to all others is called
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