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3/1/2021Final Term Long Questions: Attempt reviewauplms.com/mod/quiz/review.php?attempt=766801/11MANSOOR KHAN NAStarted onMonday, 15 February 2021, 1:40 PMStateFinishedCompleted onMonday, 15 February 2021, 4:02 PMTime taken2 hours 21 minsGradeNot yet gradedDashboard/My courses/2020 Fall-SS216-C/10 February - 16 February/Final Term Long Questions
3/1/2021Final Term Long Questions: Attempt reviewQuestionCompleteQuestion N0 1Attempt any two of the following1Marked out of30.001. Types of social stratification2. changes in family structure in Pakistan3. Importance of Educating Girl Child in our societyQuestion No 2. Explain the models presented by Sociologists whichdescribe patterns of interaction among racial and ethnic categories
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Discuss the positive and negative portrayal of women in mediaQuestion =1Ans= types of Social Stratification?Social StratificationSocial Stratification DefinitionSocial stratification is a process in which social inequalities exist inthe form of structural hierarchical strata, placed one above theother. According to Sutherland and Maxwell social stratification isdefined as a process of differentiation that places some peoplehigher than the others. Stratification is viewed as a social process aswell as a method devised by sociologists to understand inequality inthe society. It has four sub processes.Sub Processes Of Social StratificationTypes Of Social StratificationSociologists generally distinguish four main types of socialstratification - slavery, estate, caste and social class and status. Inindustrial societies there are both status groups and social classes.Ogburn and Nimkoff define social stratification as the process bywhich individuals and groups are ranked in a more or less enduringhierarchy of status. Stratification divides a society into higher andlowers social units. Sorokin asserts that there can be no societywithout stratification. It is a kind of social differentiation. Socialdifferences become social stratification when the concerned peopleare ranked hierarchically on the bias of the inequality likedifferences on some dimensions such as income, power, age,occupation and race etc. A stratified society is marked by inequalityby differences among people that are evaluated by them as beinghigher or lower or equal. In every society some men are regarded assuperior or inferior as for example patricians and plebians oraristocrats and commoners. Some are rich and power. In everysociety there are ruling class and ruled class or subjects. Theseconstitute the substance of social stratification. Stratificationinvolves unequal distribution of rights and privileges among themembers of a society. This is described by Gisbert as division of

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