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5 Matching questions

  1. Structural mobility
  2. Legitimacy in government
  3. Competition
  4. Authority
  5. Attitudes
  1. a General evaluation held by an individual about something.
  2. b Someone does not like the opposing team or someone who is not on their side.
  3. c -Institutional power.
    -Power whose exercise is governed by the norms and statuses of organizations.
  4. d Capacity of a society to create and maintain the belief that the existing political institutions are the most appropriate for the society.
  5. e Movement of an individual or group from one social stratum to another caused by the elimination of an entire class as a result of changes in the means of existence.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. -Imaginary set of horizontal social layers.
    -More or less closed to entry by people outside any given layer.
  2. Brought up by authoritarian parents with strict obedience.
  3. A system of negative beliefs, feelings, and action-orientations regarding a certain group or groups of people.
  4. A society's system for ranking people and distributing rewards according to such attributes as income, wealth, power, prestige, age, sex, ethnicity, race, religion, and celebrity.
  5. The performance serves mainly to express the characteristics of the task that is performed and not the characteristics of the performer.

5 True/False questions

  1. CastesSocial strata that are based primarily on economic criteria such as occupation, income, and wealth.


  2. No child left behindAttempts to address the underachievement of minority students in poor communities by instituting a system of standardized testing and requiring schools that do not measure up on these tests to hire more qualified teachers.


  3. Open stratification system-More ascribed statuses.
    -Born and die in.


  4. Self-justificationTo justify that a certain group of people are below you.


  5. False ConsciousnessCharacteristic of capitalist society that makes workers keep working and believing that if they work hard enough they will be successful and if they aren't successful, it's their own fault.


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