Social Structure and its Components Discussion

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Explain the significance of social structure and it's components. What is social class and how do we see it manifested in everyday society? What are the symbols of social class? Is there a relationship between social class and culture? Give examples. Are there 'unwritten' rules of social class in society? What are those? How did you learn about social class, and what is the impact of social class on our society?

Submissions should be a minimum of four (4) pages. They do not need to be in MLA or APA format. These are response papers, but you are welcome to use external resources to supplement your argument. They need to be typed, double spaced, with no larger than a 12pt font. They are submitted as attachments, Only use .doc, .docx, .rtf, or .pdf for your attachment. Blank attachments will be deleted.

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Hello, please find the attached paper. Plaese let me know if you have any question. Thanks

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Social Structure and its Components
In sociology, social structure is the stable, distinctive arrangement of institutions in which
humans live together and interact in a society. Often, social structure is treated in addition to the
social change concept, which handles every force that changes the social organization and the
social structure.
One can define the social structure as the patterned relation in the middle of the
individuals that persist with the passage of time. An individual’s location within the social
structure determined the attitudes and behaviors. Social structure’s components include
institutions, groups, roles, social status, social class, and culture.
For social structure, the major components comprise social institutions, groups, social
status, social class, roles, and culture. The behaviors of people are guided by the social structure.
The location of a person within the social structure (his or her social status, class, the roles
played by him or her, and the social institutions, groups, and culture to which he belongs)
triggers his or her behaviors, attitudes, and perceptions. These behaviors, attitudes, and
perceptions are developed by people in the social structure from their place, and they accordingly
act. For social structure, all components collaborate for maintaining social order by organizing,
guiding, and limiting behavior of the humans. Social structure responds to changes in societal
priorities and needs, group relationships, economic conditions, technology culture, and is not
static. The societies’ structur...

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