global stratification - SO 101, CRN 40343, Summer 2011 Mon...

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SO 101, CRN 40343, Summer 2011 Mon / Tues / Wed / Thurs 1:00 – 3:10 P.M. Professor Shinta H. Hernandez Montgomery College, Rockville, MD June 14, 2011 Copyright 2011 Shinta H. Hernandez
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Social stratification – a system in which people are divided into groups based on power, property, and prestige 4 systems of global stratification: Slavery – ownership of people for use of labor via indentured servitude or forced enslavement Caste – status determined at birth and is lifelong Class – division based on $ or material possessions Estate – developed during Middle Ages in Europe and consisted of nobility, clergy, and commoners/serfs Copyright 2011 Shinta H. Hernandez
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Most industrialized - highly industrialized economies, technologically advanced occupations, and high per capita income Industrializing - undergoing transformation from agrarian to industrial economies Less industrialized - primarily agrarian economies Copyright 2011 Shinta H. Hernandez
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