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A professor has social prestige, but not much economic wealth. A professor, therefore, does not have __________. status consistency class position a place in a meritocracy social mobility According to Karl Marx, __________ experience exploitation and inequality. imperial powers proletarians colonial powers Capitalists According to Rostow's stages of modernization, in which stage do luxuries become necessities to most of society? Stage of mass consumption Traditional stage Take-off stage Stage of highly-advanced technology Jim earns $100,000 a year at his job. He owes $20,000 a year for his home mortgage payment, and $30,000 a year for his combined cabin, boat, and car payments. What is Jim's yearly accumulated wealth before he spends anything on himself or his family? $100,000 $30,000 $55,000 $50,000 Which theory states that poverty, and the poor, are necessary for society to run smoothly?
Symbolic interaction theory Social exchange theory Social conflict theory Structural-functional theory According to __________, gender is a socially-constructed concept that has a significant impact on our lives. pluralism feminism intersectionality Miscegenation Sweatshop workers are affected by the practice of __________, in which employers charge employees for necessities (e.g., housing), but don't pay them enough to cover those costs. human trafficking child slavery debt bondage chattel slavery Which of the following statements accurately reflects world systems theory? Rich countries form the core of the world economy and economically exploit poor countries that are situated on the periphery.

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