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Of the different forms of social structure described by Durkheim, Tonnies, and Lenski, which comes closest to matching your social setting? Use the following terms in your explanation: status, role, primary group, and secondary group.

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    of the differents forms of social structure described by durkhiem, tonnies and lenski which comes closest to matching your social setting

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