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1. Subjective Approach - The technique which determines the class structure of a group of individuals by having individuals indicate the social class to which they belong. 2. Reputation Approach - Individuals in a group are asked to rank other members of the group into various social classes. 3. Objective Approach - Individuals are placed into social classes by using indicators of their social class such as: income, education, occupation. Social Mobility - refers to movement within the social class system. Vertical Mobility - refers to a major movement up and down in social class position. The term is generally only used to refer to a movementfrom one major social class to another. Horizontal Mobility - Refers to movement within a social class. In general, there is no overall change in the social class status of an individual involved. Type of social status: Ascibed Status - The social class position allocated to an individual by society as a result of factors over which the individual has no control (Ex. sex, race, family
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course SCIE SYG2000 taught by Professor Bernhardt during the Fall '10 term at Broward College.

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