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In sociology, minority refers to the a. dominant group. b. subordinate group. c. largest group. d. smallest group.
In sociology, minority refers to the SUBORDINATE GROUP.
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User: In sociology, minority refers to the a. dominant group. b. subordinate group. c. largest group. d. smallest group.

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In sociology, minority refers to the SUBORDINATE GROUP.
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