Social stratification is a system in which groups of people are……what?

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  1. Social stratification is a system in which groups of people are……what?
  1. It is important to emphasize that social stratification does not refer to….what?
  1. What is slavery’s ‘essential characteristic’?
  1. What are the three factors that slavery is usually based on?
  1. What is ideology?
  1.  How was ideology used to justify slavery in the U.S.?
  1.  What is a caste system?
  1. Why must Indian people of a higher caste avoid the Dalit?
  1. What is apartheid?
  1. What is a racial caste system?
  1. When did a racial caste system emerge in the U.S.?
  1. In the U.S. what did the upper caste (whites), ‘fearing pollution from the lower caste’, prohibit?
  1. What is a ‘class’ system of stratification?
  1. How is a class system different from other systems of stratification?
  1. How is gender correlated with social stratification around the world?
  1. How does Weber define social class?
  1.  According to functionalists Davis and Moore, why is the ‘stratification of society inevitable’?
  1. Summarize Tumin’s three main critiques of the functionalist position on social stratification.
  1. What is the conflict perspective of stratification?
  1. Summarize how elites maintain stratification.
  1.  Briefly summarize the life of the ‘Dump People’ in Cambodia (pp.252-253).
  1. What are maquiladoras?  (pp.255).
  1. What are the ‘positives’ of these assembly plants?
  1. What are the ‘negatives’ of these assembly plants?
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