Explain the difference between an ascribed status and an achieved status. Give examples of statuses that are mostly.

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Completed question: Explain the difference between an ascribed status and an achieved status. Give examples of statuses that are mostly ascribed and those that are mostly achieved.

Answer needs to be 1-2 pages 350 - 500 words. Works cited section for references need.

Introduce the topic to the reader in 3-5 sentences. Leave the body for the facts. Focus on a strong thesis statement leading into the body of paper. Let the last sentence in the introduction be the thesis statement.

Question from GED 215 Psychology Of Adjustment Text: Psychology for Living: Adjustment, Growth, and Behavior Today 11th Edition, 2014. ISBN 13: 978-0-205-90902-5. Author: Steven J. Kirsh, Karen Grover Duffy, Eastwood Atwater. Essay must contain material from textbook.

Additionally, please use APA citation style for your full citations. This requires a full URL link to the specific webpage you read to write your essay.

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School: UIUC


Running head: STATUS





In society, there are different roles which are played by different people. There is
commonly referred to as the status of the person. There are two types of statuses that exist in the
world that is ascribed and achieved status. So, evaluating the different statuses will enable people
to perform their obligations to the society in an impeccable manner.
Firstly, it is the achieved status. In this case, it is acquired on a system that is based on

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