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5 Matching questions

  1. Surplus wealth
  2. stigma
  3. Downward mobility
  4. Social stratification
  5. rationality
  1. a a powerfully negative label that greatly changes a person's self concept and social identity.
  2. b refers to someone dropping out of school, losing a job, or becoming divorced
  3. c a way of thinking that emphizes deliberate, matter of fact calculation of the most efficient way to accomplish a particular task.
  4. d a system by whic a society ranks categories of people in a heirchy, based
  5. e It is the amount of wealth, usually described in currency, that we produce over and above what was needed for our labor power. Marx called the surplus "s."

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. refers to someone earning a degree, landing a higher paying job, or marrying someone who has a good income
  2. is a model of economic and social development that explains global inequality in terms of teachnoligical and cultural difference between nations. Max Weber
  3. to describe a focus on rules and regulations to the point of undermining an organizations goal.
  4. A principle which states that employees tend to be promoted to a level above the level at which they are competent and efficient, a process which creates incompetent senior management in any organization.
  5. people who own and operate factories and other businesses in pursuit of profits

5 True/False questions

  1. triada social group with two members

          

  2. multinational corportionlarge business that operates in many countries

          

  3. Social Mobilityrefers to someone earning a degree, landing a higher paying job, or marrying someone who has a good income

          

  4. proletariansthe tendency of group members to conform, resulting ina narrow view of some issue.

          

  5. socioecononomic statusa change in position within the social heirachy.

          

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