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• How Do These Construct, Maintenance And Change The Social Stratification?

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Social stratification is a particular form of social inequality. It is a system of interaction or differentiation whereby some people get fewer or more rewards than others. Power, wealth and prestige are the bases of stratification. Other than these, race, ethnic, gender, human rights, religion, social forces have also been counted on affecting the social stratification. How do these construct, maintenance and change the social stratification?
Feminist is a new approach to stratification. In the traditional study of stratification, it only focused on men only. The achievement of the male head of a household was used to differentiate the class of family. The opportunity of men in getting a job is much higher than women and most of the families
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