Pts tcos 5 6 and 8 identify and briefly explain the

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Question 1540 / 40 pts(TCOs 5, 6, and 8) Identify and briefly explain the four principles that underlie social stratification.Your Answer:1) Social stratification is a trait of society, not simply a reflection of individual differences.Social stratification is a characteristic of society, not just an impression of individual contrasts. A large number of us consider social remaining regarding individual ability and exertion, and therefore, we regularly overstate the degree to which we control our own particular destiny. Did a higher level of the top of the line travelers on the Titanic survive on the grounds that they were preferred swimmers over second-and second rate class travelers? No. They improved the situation in view of their favored position onthe ship. Likewise, kids naturally introduced to affluent families are more probable than youngsters naturally introduced to destitution to appreciate great well being, do well in school, prevail in a profession, and carry on with a long life. Neither the rich nor the poormade social stratification, yet this framework shapes the lives of all of us.2) Social stratification carries over from generation to generation.We have just to take a gander at how guardians pass their social position on to their youngsters to see that stratification is an attribute of social orders instead of people. A few people, particularly in modern social orders, do encounter social mobility, an adjustment in position inside the social chain of command. Social mobility might be upward or descending. We praise the accomplishments of uncommon people, for example, Gisele Bundchen (from Brazil) and rapper Jay-Z (United States), neither of whom at any point completed secondary school however both of whom all things considered figured out how to ascend to popularity and fortune. A few people move descending in the social chain of command as a result of business disappointments, disease, separate, or financial retreat and rising joblessness. All the more frequently individuals move on a level plane; they switch one employment for another at about a similar social level. The social remaining of a great many people stays much the same over their lifetime.3) Social stratification is universal but variable. Social stratification is discovered all around. However what is unequal and how unequalit is shift starting with one society then onto the next. In a few social orders, disparity is for the most part a matter of esteem; in others, riches or influence is the key component of distinction. What's more, a few social orders contain more disparity than others.4) Social Stratification involves not just inequality but beliefs as well.
Any arrangement of disparity gives a few people more than others as well as characterizes these game plans as reasonable. Like the what of social imbalance, the clarifications of why individuals ought to be unequal contrast from society to society.(1) Social stratification is a trait of society, not simply a reflection of individual differences. (2) Social stratification carries over from generation to generation. (3) Social stratification is universal but variable. (4) Social stratification involves not just inequality but beliefs as well. .
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