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Max Weber was the first sociologist to apply the systematic methods of science to the study of society. (Points : 3) True False
True. Max Weber argued that sociology may be loosely described as a science as it is able to identify causal relationships of human "social action"—especially among "ideal types", or hypothetical simplifications of complex social phenomena
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