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. Dominant group members tend to have access to more opportunities, which translates to better quality of life in many ways. Sociologists call this type of inequality a. total deprivation b. relative deprivation. c. ethnocentrism. d. prejudice.
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User: . Dominant group members tend to have access to more opportunities, which translates to better quality of life in many ways. Sociologists call this type of inequality a. total deprivation b. relative deprivation. c. ethnocentrism. d. prejudice.

Weegy: This is calledd. prejudice. a spatial inequality.
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