Wealth and Poverty Powerpoint

Wealth and Poverty Powerpoint - Wealth and Poverty The U.S....

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The U.S. Class System ___________is the hierarchical arrangement of large social groups based on their control over basic resources. __________is a type of stratification based on the ownership and control of resources and on the type of work people do.
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_________describes the extent to which persons within a particular layer of stratification have access to important scarce resources. __________‑ when people do not have the means to secure the most basic necessities of life. __________‑ when people may be able to afford basic necessities but still are unable to maintain an average standard of living.
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___________‑ the movement of individuals or groups from one level in a stratification system to another. ___________is the social movement experienced by family members from one generation to the next. ___________is the social movement of individuals within their own lifetime.
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Classical Perspectives on Social Class Karl Marx: Relationships to the Means of Production ________—the struggle between the capitalist class and working class. ________maintains its position by control of the society's superstructure, which produce and disseminate ideas perpetuating the existing system.
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Marx Cont… ____________consists of those who privately
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This note was uploaded on 05/27/2008 for the course SOC 2100 taught by Professor Brightman during the Fall '08 term at Western Michigan.

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Wealth and Poverty Powerpoint - Wealth and Poverty The U.S....

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