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Key Terms from chapters 10 to 21 FOR TESTS AND EXAM PREP

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Sociology
Course Code
SOC100H5
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Suzanne Casimiro

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Chapter 10 & 11
Social stratification, social mobility, class system, caste system,
meritocracy, relative poverty, absolute poverty, intragenerational social
mobility, intergenerational social mobility.
Chapter 12 & 15
Global stratification, colonialism, modernization theory, dependency
theory, high- middle- and low- income countries.
Chapter 13
Gender, gender stratification, gender roles, intersection theory, sexual
harassment, feminism.
Chapter 14
Race, ethnicity, minority, majority, prejudice, racism, stereotype,
discrimination, pluralism, assimilation, segregation, genocide.
Chapter 16 & 17
Economy, capitalism, socialism, communism, welfare capitalism, primary
& secondary labour markets, power, government, rational-legal authority,
democracy, monarchy.
Chapter 18 & 19
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Family, kinship, nuclear family, endogamy, polygamy, cohabitation,
religion, ritual, animism, religiosity.
Chapter 20 & 21
Education
Health
Universal Medical Coverage
Eating Disorders
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Key Terms Chap 10 to 2116:03
Social Stratification a system by which a society ranks categories of people in a
hierarchy, so that some people have more money, power, and prestige than others.
Social Mobility a change in position within the social hierarchy
Caste System social stratification based on ascription or birth
Class System social stratification based on both birth and individual achievement
Meritocracy social stratification based on personal permit
Relative Poverty the deprivation of some people in relation to those who have
more
Absolute Poverty a deprivation of resources that is life threatening.
Intergenerational -
Intragenerational Social Mobility change in a social position occurring during a
persons lifetime.
Global Stratification Patterns of social inequality in the world as a whole
Colonialism - the process through which nations enrich themselves through the
political and economic control of other nations
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16:03 Chapter 10 & 11 Social stratification, social mobility, class system, caste system, meritocracy, relative poverty, absolute poverty, intragenerational social mobility, intergenerational social mobility. Chapter 12 & 15 Global stratification, colonialism, modernization theory, dependency theory, high- middle- and low- income countries. Chapter 13 Gender, gender stratification, gender roles, intersection theory, sexual harassment, feminism. Chapter 14 Race, ethnicity, minority, majority, prejudice, racism, stereotype, discrimination, pluralism, assimilation, segregation, genocide. Chapter 16 & 17 Economy, capitalism, socialism, communism, welfare capitalism, primary & secondary labour markets, power, government, rational-legal authority, democracy, monarchy. Chapter 18 & 19 www.notesolution.com
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