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SOCIAL CLASS Social Stratificaton - Refers to the ranking of member in a society in terms of the amounts of power, weath and prestige which they posses. TYPES OF SOCIAL CLASS RANKING SYSTEMS THREE CLASS SYSTEM SIX CLASS SYSTEM NINE CLASS SYSTEM Upper Class Upper Upper Lower Upper Upper Upper Middle Upper Lower Upper Middle Class Upper Middle Lower Middle Upper Middle Middle Midddle Lower Middle Lower Class
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Unformatted text preview: Upper Lower Lower Lower Upper Lower Middle Lower Lower Lower The Major Dimensions of Stratification: (Max Weber) a) Power - the degree to which a person can control other people. b) Weath- Objects or symbols owned by human beings which have value attached to them. c) Prestige- The degree of respect, favorable regard or importance accorded to an individual by members of society....
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