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SOCIAL STRATIFICATION_REVIEW

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  • Q1

    Implies the division or classification of members of society into different strata(singular: stratum), promoting the development of hierarchy among social groups.

    Social Stratification

    State

    Institutions

    Organization

    10s
  • Q2

    In a society where social stratification is present, social desirables are inevitable.

    true
    false
    True or False
    5s
  • Q3

    It refers to factors that are somewhat accepted or desired in a certain society and may be associated with social status, popularity, acceptance, or approval.

    Social Desirables

    Stratification

    Social Stratification

    Stratification System 

    10s
  • Q4

    Wealth, Power, and Prestige are the different systems of stratification.

    false
    true
    True or False
    10s
  • Q5

    Wealth pertains to the accumulated economic capital of an individual or group. The extent of the amassed wealth of an individual or group usually determines its influence in decision-making in society. 

    true
    false
    True or False
    10s
  • Q6

    Social desirables may be associated with social status, popularity, acceptance, or approval

    true
    false
    True or False
    10s
  • Q7

    Stratification system that denotes the classification of an individual or group of persons having explicit societal status based on acquired characteristics.

    Slavery

    Estate

    Class

    Caste

    10s
  • Q8

    This stratification system is the most extreme form of inequality in society.

    Caste

    Slavery

    Estate

    Class

    10s
  • Q9

    This stratification system is identical to the practice of FEUDALISM.

    Slavery

    Class

    Caste

    Estate 

    10s
  • Q10

    This stratification system is related to the concept of Hindu practice, tradition, and culture, which is rooted in divine sanction and custom.

    Class

    Estate

    Caste

    Slavery

    10s

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