At the beginning of the new millennia human kind, represented by the most developed
and global institution, the United Nations, recognized the issue of inequality in the
The ranking of ppl and the rewards they
receive based on objective criteria and
other like wealth income .
INCOME AND WEALTH in USA
Income distribution :the poorest 20 %
top 5 % earn 21.5
Wealth distribution even worse than
Culture In Sociology
Material culture : buildings, crafts, computers,
Nonmaterial : values norms, laws, symbols,
Objective - cultural products ( literature, music food
Subjective exploration of the underlying values
LANGUAGEis a system of speeches and wri
Aging in Traditional and Modern Societies
Traditional society and aging
Most old ppl in the usa live separately from childrend when they get old
In traditional societies they live children.
There are some traditional societies elders were treaded bad :
The 5 picture story attached presents the chapter 16 that talks about economic and political
systems. This two aspects are the most important in structuring the society. Political system
describe how people decided to govern themselves. Economic systems d
Objectivity is the ability to conduct a research without subjectivity
Independent - manipulating ( playing music[change the type of the music] )
Dependent - are the response to the manipulated variables ( GPA )
FAMILY cultural universal - ideal values : safety, security, sharin and mutual support, passing of the
Religion - unifying people.
Erickson stages of development
- we must resolve Psychosocial CRISES
Homework # 3
Social inequality Search Comparison
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social inequality 1,200,000 results appeared in 0.37 seconds.
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Changes the conflict distribution of the wealth and power
Conflict theorist observe inequality and focuse on macro processes
Karl Marx ( 1818 - 1883 ) Effects of Capitalism
bourgeoisie vs proleterian
False consciousness - workers dont unde
are patterns of relationship that are making life easier.
Number of ppl with similar norms values and intrests with one another
Group are affecting us differently because they mean differently to us
Are small intimat
Global Inequality Paper
Collier Paul, 2007, The Bottom Billion: Why the Poorest Countries Are Failing Behind
and What Can Be Done About It (Oxford University Press).
Garrick Utley, World's wealth