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Mark Biagi 3/21/2010 Chapter 7 Summary Chapter 7 begins with three examples of social stratification; slavery, class, and caste. The next topic was the three classes of industrialized nations and the factors that influence industrialization. The next two topics included the conflict and functionalist perspectives on why social stratification is universal and the opinions of Karl Marx and Max Weber on what determines social class. Following this is a detailed model of the social class and consequences of social class.
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Unformatted text preview: The chapter then ends with three types of social mobility, the relationship between women and social mobility, and poverty. Multiple Choice Questions 1. All of the following are a type of social mobility except: A. Exchange B. Structural C. Functional D. Intergenerational Correct Answer: C 2. According to Max Weber the three components of social class are all of the following except: A. Power B. Production C. Prestige D. Property Correct Answer: B...
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This note was uploaded on 05/23/2010 for the course SOCIO 101 taught by Professor Heitmann during the Spring '10 term at Prairie State College .

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