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3.______ is the process by which an occupation attempts to raise its social standing, often including the creation of formal educational credentials.a)Credential inflationb)Professionalizationc)Selectiond)Sortinge)Cultural capital inequality
4.______ is the process by which an occupation attempts to increase the credentials required to obtain jobs related to that occupation as a result of increased competition in the applicant pool?
5.Which of the following statements best reflects the idea of social exclusion based on gender?
6.Which of the following is/are a source of social exclusion?
Lecture 10: 1.Which of the following statements validate Durkheim’s structural functionalist views on religion?a)While not all religions believe in god(s), all religions divide the world into profane and sacredb)The collective conscience represents the supernatural and refers to the awareness that agroup of people is worth more than the sum of its parts
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c)Whenever religion increases social cohesion, it can do so at the expense of reinforcing social inequalityd)A and Be)B and C
2.All of the following statements reflect Marx’s view on religion EXCEPT:
3.According to Max Weber’s symbolic interactionistapproach to viewing religion:

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