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Unformatted text preview: o DB: there is a relationship between the unequal distribution of resources and the law Quantity of stratification o Quantity is the vertical distance between people (on avg) o The more stratification, the more vertical distance between people Proposition 1: Law (DV) varies directly with stratification (IV). P. 13 IV affects DV Vertical location is determined by an inequality of wealth because everyone is related in terms of our higher/lower vertical status/ranks in society. Proposition 2 deals with persons of relatively equal status (ex. between principals); it is also applied to structural relationships among principles, 1 supporters, and officials. Proposition 2: Law varies directly with rank IV affects DV Lower rank means less law (in quantity and style) Upper rank means more law (in quantity and style) 2...
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