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Your location: Assessments › View All Submissions › View Attempt View Attempt 1 of 1 Title: Quiz 2 Started: Submitted: Time spen 0:08:04 Total scor 1 Value A. B. 0% Jump to Navigation Frame 16:32 16:40 16/20 =  80%  Total  score  adjusted  by 0.0  Maximum  possible  score: 20 If you were trying to measure the "social class" of  various people, you would have to keep in mind that: Student  Respons e Correct  Answer Feedbac k it is  necessary  to specify  exactly  what you  are  measurin g. you must  measure  this in  every way  possible.
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C. D. Score: 0/2 2 Value A. B. C. 100% there is  no way to  measure  "social  class." everyone  agrees on  what  "social  class"  Which of the following is true about cause-and-effect  relationships in the social world? Student  Respons e Correct  Answer Feedbac k Most  patterns  of  behavior  have one  major  Most  patterns  of  behavior  have no  cause at  Most  patterns  of  behavior  are  caused by  many 
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This note was uploaded on 07/10/2008 for the course SOC 101 taught by Professor Beard during the Spring '08 term at Pikes Peak.

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