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Death and illness in a population is bad for the productivity of the system and is a destabilizing force. which theory takes this approach to medicine?

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Answer 1
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Structural functionalism

Explanation:

   In sociology, structural-functionalist theory explains the functioning of a society from social actions. That is, how the various actions of individuals make society function more or less stably. From actions arise social roles, from which in turn arise social institutions. Influenced by Durkheim and Radcliffe-Brown, structural-functionalist sociological theory took shape with Talcott Parsons (1902–1979) and Robert K. Merton (1910–2003) in the postwar United States.

Answer 2
Answer: For the answer to the question above,  I believe the answer Structural Functionalism.
It is a sociological theory that attempting to explain why the society functions the way it is functioning by focusing on the relationships between the various social institutions that are making up the society.

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