GED 216 Examine the Davis Moore Thesis

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Running Head: DAVIS-MOORE SOCIAL STRATIFICATION THESIS

Davis-Moore Social Stratification Thesis
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DAVIS-MOORE SOCIAL STRATIFICATION THESIS

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Davis-Moore Social Inequality Thesis
Kingsley Davis and Wilbert Moore coined the Davis-Moore thesis in the year 1945.
According to the thesis, social stratification or inequality has a positive impact which can assist
in the making of society effective and productive (Macionis, 2018). Davis and Moore in their
thesis assert that social inequality is an inevitable phenomenon and it is also crucial in enhancing
the proper functioning of the society. From a functionalist perspective, this assertion is correct as
in any idea...

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