Moorpark College Social Stratifications Definition Theories & Examples Discussion


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How did this change gender roles in the family? What outcomes did women's new roles result in with the rise of masculinity, especially in working-class homes? How did this affect the middle class?

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The rise in “masculinity” was prompted by the decrease in mobility amongst men in the realm of economics and power-struggles. Resulting from World War II, women were welcomed into positions within the workplace, while men fought away from home. This generation of men returned to begin families, raising their sons with the ideals of enemies and “winning”. All aspects of “masculinity” that are presented today in mass media and societal issues regarding violence and crisis are a direct result of the gap between generations and a difference of being raised post-war. The common factor when looking at mass shootings, domestic abuse, substance abuse, mental health, etc. are the presence of boys and men as the center of these issues. Some economic conditions are even highlighted as warranting the need for a redefinition of being a “man”. For example, the concept of “deadbeat dads” has pushed many women in single parent positions out of the traditional “homemaker” gender role and into the workforce. To be a “man” in regards to father figures can hold negative connotations in scenarios with absent fathers, but the idea may/should shift into being part of the homelife support system- working dually alongside their partners in order to strengthen the economics of the household and the emotional wellbeing as well.

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Social stratification


Interaction of the three major social classes
Social stratification refers to the system where society is ranked in categories
hierarchically based on status, power, or wealth (moffit, 2015). The social class that we are raised
to determine how we handle and respond to various situations in life since we always identify
ourselves with them. There are three major social classes classified in terms of capitalist (upperclass), middle-class, and working-class (lower). These social classifications interact through
various forums, but most common is the economic interaction through their job position or power.

The social stratification criteria describe the capitalists as being at the top of the work
chain (CEO, CFO, COO, President of the united states of America, members of Board of Directors
such as President or Vice-President. Such kind of people are people with the financial power to
“dominate the workplace and the economy.” Additionally, for their power to be acknowledged on
a national scale, they essentially are recognized as having “con...

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