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INEQUALITY
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Definitions

  1. Social stratification is a way of organising society, like rungs on a ladder or layers of rock.
  2. Social stratification is a system in which people are divided into layers according to their relative power, property and prestige. (Web site)
  3. Social stratification is one of the determining factors for social structure. (Web site)
  4. Social stratification: an annotated bibliography.
  5. Social stratification is a way of ranking large groups of people into a hierarchy that shows their relative privileges. (Web site)

Categories

  1. The other features such as sex, age, education, occupation, etc., also contribute to social stratification. (Web site)

Social Stratification

  1. Social stratification can be organised in terms of: Class Gender Race and Ethnicity Age Disability.
  2. SY 421 Social Stratification (W) 3 cr This course is intended to introduce students to the patterns and processes of inequality in the major forms. (Web site)
  3. SY 521 Social Stratification 3 cr A sociological approach to the study of class, status and power with a particular emphasis on American society. (Web site)

Mobility

  1. VERTICAL MOBILITY. Movement up or down a social stratification system (see also STRATIFICATION).
  2. SC research is contingent upon mobility concepts just as mobility research is itself contingent upon social stratification concepts.

Inequality

  1. In sociology, social stratification is the hierarchical arrangement of social classes, castes, and strata within a society.
  2. SI Conception is one of the branches of social stratification theory. (Web site)
  3. Psychological analysis of small groups, social stratification, and mass phenomena. (Web site)
  4. Interests: employment discrimination, racial inequality, social stratification, prisoner reentry. (Web site)
  5. Sociologists like Dipankar Gupta (Gupta 2000) have given a somewhat different opinion about social stratification. (Web site)

Hierarchy

  1. But he cleverly mentioned that social stratification generates inequality and hierarchy. (Web site)
  2. There are no differences between hierarchy and social stratification in his notion. (Web site)

Caste

  1. Class is also a form of social stratification though it is quite different from caste. (Web site)
  2. Barth compares the system of social stratification among the people of Swat with the Hindu caste system. (Web site)
  3. In Kerala, until recently, caste played a major role in social stratification. (Web site)
  4. Caste system is a form of social stratification, in which individual status or position is determined by birth and is life-long. (Web site)

Race

  1. Inequality, Class and Race: In this module, classic and contemporary views with regard to social stratification are examined.
  2. Race and ethnic inequality are powerful elements of the social stratification system within societies. (Web site)

Describe

  1. Performance Criteria Describe the concept of social stratification correctly.
  2. Describe the sociological significance of social stratification on the UK and other societies.

Categories

  1. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Society > Social Sciences > Sociology
  2. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Society
  3. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Nature > Systems
  4. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Society > Culture
  5. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Information > Knowledge > Education
  6. Books about "Social Stratification" in Amazon.com

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