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85.(p. 119; 121)Those who are weakest and have the lowest status in a society are unable to resist power.
Croteau - Chapter 05 #85Level: BasicTopic: Power and Social RelationshipsType: Knowledge86.(p. 122)All groups that enjoy a privilege in society are keenly aware of their privilege
Croteau - Chapter 05 #86Level: BasicTopic: Power and Social RelationshipsType: Comprehension87.(p. 124-125)In the United States, class represents only a small portion of overall inequality.
Croteau - Chapter 05 #87Level: BasicTopic: Power and InequalityType: Knowledge
88.(p. 123)Max Weber conceived of class as the opportunity related to a person's economic position.
Croteau - Chapter 05 #88Level: BasicTopic: Power and InequalityType: Knowledge89.(p. 124)Unlike in Europe, in the United States class always corresponds with status.
Croteau - Chapter 05 #89Level: ModerateTopic: Power and InequalityType: Knowledge90.(p. 126)Economic inequality and the unequal distribution of resources in the United States are some of the more obvious aspects of our stratifications system. But unlike in less-developed countries, our cultural resources are more or less equally distributed.
Croteau - Chapter 05 #90Level: ModerateTopic: Structured Inequality: Stratification SystemsType: Application91.(p. 126)Systems of stratification based on an ascribed status commonly exist in the United States.
Croteau - Chapter 05 #91Level: ModerateTopic: Structured Inequality: Stratification SystemsType: Comprehension

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