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(p. 246-247)Sociologists can predict the average age at death for a population by knowing the social standing of the nation in which they live.
Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: ModerateTopic: Power and Global Inequality97.(p. 244-245)The term global stratificationrefers to the differences in power and wealth between nations in the world.
Bloom's Taxonomy: RememberLevel: BasicTopic: Power and Global Inequality98.(p. 248)Colonialism is the use of force by wealthy nations to dominate the economic, political, and economic resources of poorer nations.
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Topic: Explaining Global Inequality99.(p. 248)Dependency theory argues that global inequality is the result of wealthy nations exploiting poorer nations.
Bloom's Taxonomy: RememberLevel: BasicTopic: Explaining Global Inequality100.(p. 250)Incomes across all social classes in the United States have been decreasing in the last thirty years.
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