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Status inconsistencies refer to A) the actual behavior of a person who occupies a status. B) the behavior expected of a person who has a particular status C) social positions that we attain through
personal effort D) shifting communication patterns that govern people s interpersonal relationships E) the conflict that arises from occupying social positions that are ranked differently
B) the behavior expected of a person who has a particular status
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Status Inconsistency is a condition that occurs when individuals have some status characteristics that rank relatively high and some that rank relatively low. Status inconsistency can be quite pervasive, especially in societies in which ascribed statuses such as race and gender play an important role in stratification.
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