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The method of ranking social status that asks people to rank themselves is called the _____. a. Reputational method b. Subjective method c. Objective method d. Middle method Please select the best answer from the choices provided A B C D
The method of ranking social status that asks people to rank themselves is called the: SUBJECTIVE METHOD.
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