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Question 67Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionFrom sociologist Emile Durkheim's perspective, ____ refers to the social cohesion in preindustrial societies, in which there is minimal division of labor and people feel united by shared values and common social bonds. Answerorganic solidaritymechanical solidarityprimitive bondingpreindustrial bonding Add Question Here Question 68Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionSociologist Emile Durkheim believed that people in preindustrial societies feel a more or less automatic sense of belonging. Social interaction is characterized by face-to-face, intimate, primary group relationships. Everyone is engaged in similar work, and little specialization is found in the division of labor. He referred to this condition as: Add Question Here Question 69Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionFrom sociologist Emile Durkheim's perspective, ____ refers to the social cohesion found in industrial societies, in which people perform very specialized tasks and feel united by their mutual dependence. Add Question Here
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