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Sociology 302 : Introduction to the Study of Society Dr. Langenkamp - February 25, 2008 Systems of Stratification I. What is Stratification? A. Formal Stratification B. Informal Stratification I. Three Views on Stratification A. Structural Functionalist B. Conflict C. Symbolic Interactionist
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Sociology 302 : Introduction to the Study of Society Dr. Langenkamp - February 25, 2008 Systems of Stratification I. What is Stratification? Structured system that ranks entire groups of people in ways that perpetuate unequal rewards and life chances in a society.
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Sociology 302 : Introduction to the Study of Society Dr. Langenkamp - February 25, 2008 Systems of Stratification I. What is Stratification? A. Formal Stratification 1. Slavery 2. Caste System 3. Feudal System
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Sociology 302 : Introduction to the Study of Society Dr. Langenkamp - February 25, 2008 Systems of Stratification I. What is Stratification? A.
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course SOC 302 taught by Professor Langenkamp during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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