DISCUSSION: There’s nothing to say here except that you should really read lines 37-40. They say “social group” is described in broad terms, and the meaning is expansive.
- There’s nothing specific about the definition. It’s up to us to interpret “similar habits”.
- There’s nothing obscure about the definition. Everyone generally understands what habits are and what social status is.
- Exhaustive would mean the definition covered every situation. That’s not the case: the definition is general and not very descriptive.
- CORRECT. The definition could apply to many situations; it is very flexible and speaks in broad terms.
- Comprehensive would mean that every specific situation is covered. That’s not the case, the definition is vague.
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