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You passed this Milestone19 questions were answered correctly.4 questions were answered incorrectly.1The division of labor includes a variety of positions, from doctors to truck drivers. According to Davis and Moore, why are some positions better-paid than others?●Some positions have a higher status. Those who work in those positions earn more.●If all positions were paid (approximately) equally, there would be no incentive to enter professions that are most-needed by society.●Some positions are filled only by upper-class people, who demand higher pay.●None of the answer choices are correct.CONCEPTDavis Moore Thesis and the Egalitarian Society2Which of the following identifies a society with a system of stratification that allows almost no social mobility?●Bureaucracy ●Meritocracy●Open society or class system●Closed society or caste systemCONCEPTSocial Stratification3According to __________, technological development and market forces drive economic inequality.●the Kuznets curve●dependency theory
●the Davis Moore ThesisCONCEPTKuznets Curve4Tammy and Michelle believe that capitalism perpetuates inequality between men and women. They organize a protest against the patriarchy entrenched in the capitalist system. Tammy and Michelle are part of which of the following groups of feminists?●Liberal feminists●Radical feminists●Socialist feminists●Modern feministsCONCEPTFeminism5According to Rostow's stages of modernization, in which stage do luxuries become necessities to most of society?●Traditional stage●Stage of mass consumption ●Stage of highly-advanced technology●Take-off stageCONCEPTModernization and Dependency Theory6Compared to other countries, China and Peru have an average standard of living. China and Peru, therefore, are examples of which of the following?●Core countries●Low-income countries●High-income countries
●Middle-income countriesCONCEPTHigh, Middle and Low Income Countries7Throughout much of American history, black and white people were separated from each other.