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A band with many more people would not be able to find enough food in a desert. The word tribe has a special meaning when used to describe Indians, but more on that later. What Does It Mean to Be Neither Male Nor Female? In the Global Social Problems chapter discusses the relationship between basic and applied research, and how research may suggest pos­sible solutions to various global social problems, includ­ing natural disasters and famines, homelessness, crime, family violence, and war.

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