Adelson, W. (2013). CHILD TRAFFICKING AND THE UNAVOIDABLE INTERNET.
Southwestern Journal Of International Law, 19281.
One of the negative conditions that are prevalent in sw
In Chapter 4 the author has a section, Interlinkage of Economic and Political Power. Explain what he means by this and how
this interlinkage supports and maintains social inequality.
The interlinkage of economic and political power r
1. There are key issues that must be addressed to the question, is inequality inevitable? The question that is
brought up is where does inequality start and who perpetuates it? Those who feel that inequality is inevitable
focus their view
In Chapter 6 the author covers "Discrimination, Legal Confusion, and Sexual Orientation in some detail. Discuss the
key issues he covers and their relationship to social inequality and homosexuals.
Homosexual rights are a item of dis
Social Inequality (SO 208)
In Chapter 10, under section, "Basic Life Chances: Psychological Health," three (3) key areas are covered. You need to
CLEARLY identify two (2) of them AND discuss in detail how they impact of inequality on person
Chapter 8 has a detailed discussion of the theories and work of Karl Marx. You need to identify and discuss, in detail, the
"Theoretical context of Marx's Class Analysis" AND the "Maintenance of the Class Structure." Your essay needs to demonstrate
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Compare and contrast the class structure models of Gilbert and Wright.
Two common views of class structure have come out of studies of class. Gilberts view on social class is basted on
statistical analysis of incom
1. Chapter 13 begins with a list of six (6) questions regarding the issue of openness in our society. You need to do two (2) things:
First, identify CLEARLY two (2) of the questions you are going to discuss. Second, based upon the reading of Chapter 13
Chapter 7 Topic 2 Childcare and the Working Class
Discuss the issue of employed working-class women and their procurement of childcare.
One of the issues that working-class women face in the procurement of childcare is
quality. Working-class individuals o
1. Discuss the ways in which social inequality can be alleviated as it relates to financial
capital and cultural capital. (Chapter 11)
Alleviating social inequality as it relates to financial or even cultural capital can be
extremely difficult. In order f
Chapter 11 Topic Social Capital and Human Capital
Discuss the ways in which social inequality can be alleviated as it relates to social capital and
Social inequality can begin to be alleviated in US, by changing or restructuring our educati
1. Distinguish between individual sexism and institutional sexism. (Chapter 10)
Individual sexism is a persons or groups discrimination of an individual based on gender, and
can be verbal, psychological, or physical abuse.
Institutional sexism refers to
1. Define racism and explain why it is important in the study of social inequality and social
stratification. (Chapter 9)
The USs history is full of racial discrimination, starting with early English settlers.
When the settlers first arrived they deemed t
Chapter 9 Topic 1 Individual and Institutional Racism
Discuss the difference between individual and institutional racism and give a
contemporary example of institutional racism NOT from the text.
Individual racism is when a person/groups actions produce r
Chapter 10 Topic 1 Sexism, Family and Peers
Discuss the persistence of sexism as it relates to the impact of family and influence of peers.
The book talks about how parents may inadvertently contribute to gender stereotypes with their
children, and how th
1. Describe the ways in which Marx's terms proletariat and worker alienation can be
applied to employees in the working class. (Chapter 7)
Karl Marxs term proletariat is used in reference to the working class. He
believed that the proletariat, or workers,
Sociologists today generally employ two basic measures to estimate the degree of economic
inequality within U.S. society. These are:
race and class (Sorry. The answer = "income and wealth" (Pages 15-17)
income and wealth (Exc