ACT Reading 2.3 Social Science Passage. In what context would you expect to see this passage?
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Social Science Passage
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context in which it might appear.
We'll nix the easiest one first.
The passage never mentions anything about capitol punishment, so it would be a pretty
bad addition to a chapter focusing on the subject.
Choice (D) is out of the running.
This passage is zeroed in on criminal sociology, making it an unlikely candidate for a book
on a topic as broad as the social history of nineteenth-century Europe.
Yeah, Ok. We'll just go ahead and cross out choice (C).
Ferri spends a lot of time introducing concepts, but not a lot of time summing up the points
that he's already made.
Therefore we're more likely to find this passage in an introduction than a conclusion.
This eliminates (B) and makes (A) the right answer.
Hm. We take back what we said about this question being deep.