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1. How can a social class be determined? (Max Weber). 2. What is exchange mobility? 3. “Sexual Revolution” 4. Patriarchy and feminist movement. 5. What does social evolutionary theory states about the formation of a society? 6. What is Stratification? 7. What have Firebaugh and Davis say about the prejudices towards blacks? 8. Susan Olzak’s historical research on labor market conditions and how did the labor market influence the relationships between whites and blacks. 9. Prejudice (definition) 10. Race (definition) 11. The causes of inequalities in agrarian societies 12. Marriage and social mobility 13. Lumpen proletariat. 14. How did permanent settlement influence the social inequalities of early societies?
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Unformatted text preview: 15. How were women treated in ancient Athens? 16. Education and the status of African Americans 17. Davis and Moore’s theory of stratification 18. What did Marx say about workers who understand their common interests with other workers? 19. What is power? 20. What did Edna Bonacich say about racial/ethnic groups? 21. Modern industrial societies and unequal distribution of income/wealth. 22. What is enclave economy? 23. Marx and his predictions about the future of capitalism. 24. What did Robert Merton say about the prejudice and discrimination? 25. What is the primary goal of feminism? 26. What characteristics do societies that emphasize ascribed status tend to stress ?...
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