The statistical perspective

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The statistical perspective The  statistical perspective  is based on the frequency of occurrence of an attitude or practice within  a society. Although extremes occur within any group, statistical measurement is concerned with the  characteristics of the largest number of members of a society—that is, the average members'  characteristics.  The historical perspective The  historical perspective  deals with social issues from the point of view of historical attitudes,  values, practices, and contexts. Making sense of the many complex issues associated with society is  easier when one examines the roles that such issues have played in history.  The religious perspective The  religious perspective  considers the effects that religious doctrines, scriptures, and spirituality 
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