Experience Sociology_207 - 83 A professional group has a monopoly over a prestigious occupation The group retains control(p 357 over this occupation

Experience Sociology_207 - 83 A professional group has a...

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83. (p. 357) A professional group has a monopoly over a prestigious occupation. The group retains control over this occupation because, in order enter the occupation or perform any of its job duties, a person has to have a certain degree and pass a licensing exam. This is an example of A. credentialing. B. cultural capital. C. social capital. D. social reproduction. Croteau - Chapter 13 #83 Level: Moderate Topic: Educational Structure and Inequality Type: Analysis 84. (p. 360) William and Jose go to the same high school. Based on their aptitudes, career desires, and prior academic performance, William and Jose were placed in very different classes. Jose is in college prep courses and William takes vocational classes. Their divergent classes represent what school process? A. credentialing B. tracking C. cultural capital D. shop-floor culture Croteau - Chapter 13 #84 Level: Moderate Topic: Educational Structure and Inequality Type: Comprehension
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