In 2004 what percent of american adults over age 25

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in 2004 what percent of American adults over age 25 had a college degree 28% functionalist explanation for the increase in number of Americans with college degrees in 20th century
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jobs have become more skilled and technologically advance, and a more educated workforce is necessary to fill these jobs conflict perspective about why education levels have risen in the US competition for scarce jobs requires that Americans become overqualified for the jobs the want as education became more common, social elites needed to obtain more education in order to set themselves apart from others in the feudal system, vassals were responsible for granting land to serfs called... fiefs during the agricultural revolution, the enclosure movement caused many former serfs to move to cities in search of work and led to the rise of... wage labor expansion of McDonald's model has forced many industries to McDonaldize their services to satisfy the growing demands of the fast-food mogul horizontal McDonaldization Grusky reading, three general components of a stratification system institutions, rules and definitions, stratification processes example of status crystallization working class parents pass along values and cultural capital to their children, assuring that the children will remain in the same class status inequalities depend on... the existence of positional inequalities Block- how big is the gap between two parent incomes at the minimum wage and the American Dream Line $26,000 major limitation of the research comparing purchases of GWC socks and unmarked socks most of the customers did not notice or understand the GWC label racial groups physically distinguishable subpopulations with a particular social identity paternalistic system of race relations- dominant racial group perceives the subordinate group as... childish, lazy, impulsive, inferior but lovable characteristic of paternalistic system of race relations an elaborate code of etiquette regulates social relations between racial groups
competitive systems of race relations emerged... with the abolition of slavery and the development of industrial capitalism in a competitive system of race relations... dominant and subordinate racial groups mutually avoid each other overt forms of racial conflict are more common racial inequality is intertwined with a system of class stratification comparative perspective- overall status of women is highest in... agrarian societies with the rise of capitalism and industrialism... the status of women has improved in most respects compared to agrarian societies Marxist theories of the subordination of women suggest... women play a major role in reproducing an exploitable labor force political theories of the subordination of women suggest...

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