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Assume you were listening to a lecture on Durkheim's approach to deviance. Which of the following statements might well be the focus of the lecture
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User: Assume you were listening to a lecture on Durkheim's approach to deviance. Which of the following statements might well be the focus of the lecture

Weegy: assume you were listening to a lecture on Durkheims approach to deviance. Which of the following statements might well be the focus of the lecture? Answer is deviance is a normal element of social organization.Thank you for using Weegy . [ ]
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User: Which of the following phrases was used by Erving Goffman to refer to being embarrassed in a social situation?

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Weegy: Tact is a common response in potentially embarrassing situations Because embarrassment provokes discomfort for everyone.
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User: Ekman claims that a major function of emotions is to

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User: Arlie Hochschild explains that companies typically

User: Most women take the family name of a man they marry. In sociological terms, this is an example of how language can be used to convey

User: Humor is created when people

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Most women take the family name of a man they marry. In sociological terms, this is an example of how language can be used to convey: Power over others.

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