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29 August, 20:25

Which scientist proposed the idea of studying humans as groups rather than as individuals?

Lamarck

Darwin

Malthus

Linnaeus

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  1. 29 August, 21:31
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    Answer:a malthus

    Explanation:i got it wrong to give you the answer
  2. 29 August, 22:18
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    B. Darwin

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    Charles Darwin believed that humans should be studied as groups rather than as individuals because he was able to find similarities among individuals of the same species who became apart due to genetic drift (gene flow). His detailed results about evolution and natural selection are published in the book "On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection".

    By contrasts, according to Lamarck's beliefs, an invidual could pass the traits to next-generation which he acquired in his/her lifetime. As of today, it has been well studied that Lamarck's beliefs are not in favor of the theory of evolution.

    Likewise, Malthus studied the relationship between population growth and resources which lead to the development of the systematic theory of population. According to Malthus, population growth follows an exponential pattern whereas food supply follows an arithmetic pattern.

    In the end, Linnaeus developed the taxonomical classification system for the organisms. This is why he is known as the father of Taxonomy. His developed system of classification is still being used.
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