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Chapter Nine:

Chapter Nine:

Global Stratification

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A hierarchy of relative privilege based on power, property, and prestige.

What is Social Stratification?

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Causes

Conditions

Slavery in the New World

Slavery Today

Systems of Social Stratification - Slavery

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Indias Religious Castes

South Africa

U.S. Racial Caste System

Systems of Social Stratification - Caste

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Estate

Class

Global Stratification and Status of Females

Systems of Social Stratification - Other

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Karl Marx: The Means of Production

Max Weber: Property, Prestige, and Power

Determinants of Social Class

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Davis and Moores Explanation

Society Must Make Sure all Positions are Filled

Some Positions are More Important than Others

Why is Social Stratification Universal? Functionalist View

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To Motivate Qualified People, They Must Be Rewarded

Why is Social Stratification Universal? Functionalist View

Davis and Moores Explanation

More Important Positions Filled by More Qualified People

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Tumins Critique of Davis and Moore

How do We Know Positions Most Important?

Stratification Should = Meritocracy

It Ought to Benefit Everyone

Why is Social Stratification Universal? Functionalist View

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Moscas Argument

No Society Can Exist Unless Organized

Leadership Means Inequalities of Power

Human Nature is Self-Centered

Why is Social Stratification Universal? Conflict Perspective

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