Intro to Soc two(2) essays on Inequality, sociology homework help

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Two(2) essays (500word) each 1)

Conflicted Analyses of Inequality : Why the Concern with Inequality?

In their presentation of the basic measures used by sociologists to describe social inequality in our social system, the authors of your textbook examines how inequality is structured in the U.S., and how social inequality is distributed both in the United States and globally. Under what circumstances might these measures not reveal social class boundary lines? That is how, according to the authors, might the conventional methods that sociologists use NOT be adequate to determine where one class begins and another ends? Essay 2) In the view of the authors of your text, what are the larger consequences of the patterns of inequality sociologists have identified both in the U.S.and in the world? Why do sociologists keep a close watch on levels of inequality in American society and elsewhere anyway? Why should they care about the phenomenon? Or perhaps sociologists are really not that concerned? NOTE Please use chapter 9 Global Stratification in Andersen Text 9th edition

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Running head: INEQUALITY

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Inequality
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INEQUALITY

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Essay 1

Social class is grouping individuals in to stratified social hierarchy positions. Social class
is a term synonymous to social economic status which indicates an individual’s social position as
determined by the level of their wealth, income, educational attainment and occupational
prestige. The models which are commonly used in explaining social classes are mostly derived
from Marxist theory of common stratum theory. According to common stratum theory,
inequality in the society is also determined by people’s occupation, prestige, education, wealth
and their income. These factors place an individual under upper, middle or lower class. The
upper class is powerful and wealthy people who own and control the means of production.
Middle class are salaried workers or professionals, low level managers, and small business
owners while the lower class involves individuals who rely on hourly wages as a source of
income. However, economically most people lie under the middle class which is between upper
and lower class. In the United States, middle class tends to be broadly used and therefore is
applied to refer to individuals who would be considered as lower class in other countries. The
lower class is sometimes separated into hourly workers and under class who are unemployed and
homeless.
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