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Final Exam Review Sheet

Final Exam Review Sheet - Concept Guide Unit 3 Chapter 8 9...

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Concept Guide Unit 3 Chapter 8, 9, 13 and 18 Test 3: Dec. 11 th or Dec. 19 th (**9 AM start) social stratification social class (open system) social caste (closed system); (estate system) bourgeoisie and proletariat (529 also) capital: economic and cultural dimensions of stratification power, prestige, income, wealth, education and family capital SES Socioeconomic Status status consistency and inconsistency Occupational Prestige Score conspicuous consumption (213) explanations (theories, ideologies, models) Functionalist v. Conflict Symbolic Interaction’s contribution class consciousness # of classes false consciousness status group (Weber v. Marx) Working Poor, Underclass Poverty: absolute and relative (223) operational definition of poverty characteristics of poor and number Ideology of Individualism (225) The American Dream (also p. 530) - barriers - middle class slide social mobility: intra- and inter-generational also, horizontal and vertical structural mobility v. individual mobility - culture of poverty, varied interpretations
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