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In contemporary United States, the reactions that define whether a given religious system is deviant are determined for the most part by:

In contemporary United States, the reactions that define whether a given religious system is deviant are determined for the most part by:

a. formal agents of social control rather than informal agents of social control.

b. both formal and informal agents of social control.

c. informal agents of social control rather than formal agents of social control.

d. neither formal nor informal agents of social control.

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