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Unformatted text preview: icans, instead of a middle class ideological imperative to be imposed on minorities. The
essential element behind the structural theory that deems it more valid than the cultural theory is
its roots in sociological and anthropological studies and statistics, as well as its avoidance of
common ideology as fact. 11
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