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    Dr. Matthews is interested in investigating gender bias among mothers. One hundred mothers were asked to rate an article in terms of its persuasiveness

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    At which stage of the process of film production does editing primarily take place

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    DuBois claims that this occurs when the stronger members in society do not protect the weaker members

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    Four major breakfast cereal companies share a majority of the cereal market: Kellogg, Post, General Mills, and Quaker is an example of what.

    pure competition.
    a monopoly.
    an oligopoly.
    a modified monopoly

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