5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Upper class
- a a two-directional relationship, one that goes both ways.
- b a family's or individual's net worth (that is, total assets minus total debts).
- c money received by a person for work or from returns on investments.
- d a term for the economic elite.
- e the capitalist class.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- religion-based system of stratification characterized by no social mobility.
- the working class.
- a society where status and mobility are based on individual attributes, ability, and achievement.
- an individual's position in a stratified social order.
- structured social inequality or, more specifically, systematic inequalities between groups of people that arise as intended or unintended consequences of social processes and relationships.
5 True/False Questions
Equality of outcome → a position that argues each player must end up with the same amount regardless of the fairness of the "game."
Status-attainment model → a system of stratification based on social prestige.
Ontological equality → the notion that everyone is created equally in the eyes of God.
Equality of opportunity → the idea that inequality of condition is acceptable so long as the rules of the game, so to speak, remain fair.
Status hierarchy system → politically based system of stratification characterized by limited social mobility.