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Born_into_brothels - Name Qian Jiang Vicky_Class day time_R 645 Sociological Themes Standard of living(food safety shelter poverty how do their

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Sociological Themes Similarities with the U.S. Dissimilarities Standard of living (food, safety, shelter, poverty) – how do their poor compare to ours? What are the percentages of poor for families and children in the U.S.? Standard of being rich probably is the same(but the standard of being poor is different.) The standard of being poor is very different. 41%of US poor families own their house, 70% own a car, only a few percent report often going without food. 37 million men, women and children,12.6% of the U.S population is poor. India: Happy Poor US: Angry Poor Social stratification – what kind of system do they have? India: Caste system US: Industrial class system Mobility – how much is there? Not that much 1) Social mobility over the course of the past century has been fairly high. 2) The long-term trend in social mobility has been upward. 3) Within a single generation, social mobility is usually small. 4) Social mobility since the 1970s has been uneven. Education – available? Types of schools… There are some schools in India like America. Not that many schools in India.(Boarding
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This note was uploaded on 06/01/2008 for the course SOCIOLOGY 1 taught by Professor Jefferis during the Spring '08 term at Santa Monica.

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Born_into_brothels - Name Qian Jiang Vicky_Class day time_R 645 Sociological Themes Standard of living(food safety shelter poverty how do their

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