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social stratification

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Department
Sociology
Course
SOC101Y1
Professor
Alexandra Marin
Semester
Winter

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Structural change is where the industrial profile changes Agriculture to service jobs Exported manufacturing to east Asian countries Difference between a persons job and a farmers job More difficult to have a farmers job because they’re fewer of them Forced in a technical sense Structure of opportunity has changed Purified of structural mobility Comparing one nation to another One society to another Some nations were more open to opportunity than others We the US are adherently a more open society In pure mobility the US is not so high on the poll and other countries are more open If theres more good jobs available lots more people can get into those good jobs Fewer travel agents Low skilled immigrants or high skilled immigrants Differential fertility Not enough middle class birth Compare the US in different decades A way to figure out the amount of openness in a society What technological change does is deskills people Pre 1914 globalization Manufacturers losing their jobs Economic collapse of Austria and Germany due to massive inflation Machines to pick the seeds out of cotton Peoples whos jobs were displaced by mechanics Machine breakers in 1820 Resistance to innovation Highly educated people strong craft union Recruit nephews and children to jobs Depression of the 1930s Deflation people who have money lose People who have hard assets win Various big changes Forced migrations Slave trade Forced movem
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