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Q: A college professor with advanced degrees, moderate salary, and little power to shape national events can be described as having: high status consistency. horizontal social
mobility. downward social mobility. low status consistency.
A: A college professor with advanced degrees, moderate salary, and little power to shape national events can be described as having high status consistency. -because the concept of power is unimportant when it comes to status consistency, [ and therefore only the advanced degrees and moderate salary should be taken into account when deciding status consistency. ]
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User: A college professor with advanced degrees, moderate salary, and little power to shape national events can be described as having:

User: A college professor with advanced degrees, moderate salary, and little power to shape national events can be described as having: high status consistency. horizontal social mobility. downward social mobility. low status consistency.



Weegy: A college professor with advanced degrees, moderate salary, and little power to shape national events can be described as having high status consistency. -because the concept of power is unimportant when it comes to status consistency, [ and therefore only the advanced degrees and moderate salary should be taken into account when deciding status consistency. ]
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