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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Social mobility
  2. Middle class
  3. Lower middle class
  4. Gender apartheid
  5. Functionalist perspective on inequality
  1. a hard to define; very large portion of americans
  2. b workers in skilled trades/low-income bureaucratic workers; aka working class
  3. c extreme segregation and exclusion of women from public life
  4. d Parts of society are in basic harmony; inequality servews an important purpose in society: motivates people to fill dft positions that are needed for survival of the whole; a reward system that motivates people to succeed
  5. e a person's movement over time from one class to another

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Placement in the class system is based on individual achievement, not ascription; loose class boundaries, high rates of class mobility, weak perceptions of class difference
  2. society or group where women have power over men
  3. aka power; political dimension; capacity to influence groups and individuals even in the face of opposition
  4. authroitarian personality are more likely to be prejudiced against minorities than nonauthoritarian individuals
  5. one's definition of oneself as a woman or man

5 True/False questions

  1. dual labor market theorywomen and men make dft amounts because they work in different segments of the labor market:: primary market (jobs stable, good wages, advancement opportunities) vs secondary market (high turnover, low wages, nonexistent promotion ladders)

          

  2. Indicators of classowns major share of corporate and personal wealth; had wealth for generations or recently become rich; very small portion of society

          

  3. Multiracial feminismdft groups in society maintaining their distinctive cultures while also coexisting peacefully with the dominant group

          

  4. Radical feminisminterprets patriarchy as the primary cause of women's oppression

          

  5. Sex capitalswhere prostitution openly flourishes; ex: Thailand, Amsterdam

          

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