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The point of the chapter-opening story of passenger deaths that accompanied the sinking of the ocean liner Titanic is that: Answer advanced technology cannot prevent tragedy. all people have
the same right to life. social stratification matters and can sometimes be a matter of life and death. social stratification often has little to do with everyday life.
The point of the chapter-opening story of passenger deaths that accompanied the sinking of the ocean liner Titanic is that: social stratification is important and can be a matter of life and [ death ]
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User: Max Weber claimed that agrarian societies give special importance to which dimension of social inequality? Answer economic class social prestige or honor power control of information

User: The point of the chapter-opening story of passenger deaths that accompanied the sinking of the ocean liner Titanic is that: Answer advanced technology cannot prevent tragedy. all people have the same right to life. social stratification matters and can sometimes be a matter of life and death. social stratification often has little to do with everyday life.

Weegy: The point of the chapter-opening story of passenger deaths that accompanied the sinking of the ocean liner Titanic is that: social stratification is important and can be a matter of life and [ death ]
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User: The "bell curve" thesis states that, in recent decades, U.S. society: Answer has dramatically reduced poverty. has put less and less importance on education as a path to success. is becoming more of a meritocracy. has become a less-stratified, "middle-class" society.

Weegy: The "bell curve" thesis states that, in recent decades, U.S. society: is becoming more of a meritocracy.
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User: In general, societies that have caste systems have economies that are: Answer based on hunting and gathering. industrial. agrarian. postindustrial.

Weegy: agrarian
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User: In Karl Marx's analysis, another name for the capitalist class is the: Answer nobility. aristocracy. proletariat. bourgeoisie

Weegy: In Karl Marx's analysis, another name for the capitalist class is the: D.bourgeoisie.
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User: The concept of structural social mobility refers to: Answer cultural beliefs that justify social stratification. change in social position due to people's own efforts. change in the social position of many people due to changes in society itself. change in a family's social position from one generation to the next.

Weegy: The concept of structural social mobility refers to: change in the social position of many people due to changes in society itself. [ ]
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User: A caste system is defined as: Answer social stratification based on ascription, or birth. social stratification based on personal achievement. a meritocracy. any social system in which categories of people are unequal.

Weegy: A caste system is defined as: A.social stratification based on ascription, or birth.
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User: The historical replacement of caste systems with class systems: Answer brings an end to most social inequality. replaces one kind of inequality with another. means that individuals experience less social mobility. means that categories of people become more clearly unequal.

Weegy: The answer is it replaces on kind of inequality with another.
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User: The idea that social inequality benefits society is associated with the: Answer structural-functional approach. social-conflict approach. symbolic-interaction approach. social-exchange approach.

Weegy: The idea that social inequality benefits society is associated with the structural-functional approach.
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User: In the United States, the median income for African American families is about _____ as much as that for a non-Hispanic, white family. Answer 36 percent 57 percent 76 percent 96 percent

Weegy: In the United States, the median income for African American families is about 57% as much as that for a non-Hispanic, white family. [ [ ] ]
Expert answered|grew34|Points 10|

User: During the last twenty years, which category of the U.S. population has experienced the largest gains in average income? Answer the lowest-paid 20 percent the middle 20 percent the highest-paid 20 percent All income categories have experienced about the same level of upward social mobility

Weegy: During the last twenty years, which category of the U.S. [ population has experienced the largest gains in average income? The answer is: C.the highest-paid 20 percent ]
Expert answered|grew34|Points 10|

User: About _____ of the richest people in the United States gained at least some of their fortune from inheritance. Answer one-eighth one-fourth one-third two-thirds

Weegy: About TWO-THIRDS of the richest people in the United States gained at least some of their fortune from inheritance. [ ]
Expert answered|grew34|Points 10|

User: If you followed the lead of Max Weber, you would think of social stratification in terms of: Answer a multidimensional status hierarchy. two major social classes. a middle-class society. six different social classes.

Weegy: If you followed the lead of Max Weber, you would think of social stratification in terms of: a multidimensional status hierarchy.
Expert answered|grew34|Points 10|

User: Based on statistics in the textbook, it is correct to say that the richest 20 percent of the population earn about _____ times as much as the poorest 20 percent. Answer two twelve twenty-five one hundred

Weegy: The richest 20 percent of the population earn about twelve times as much as the poorest 20 percent.
Expert answered|grew34|Points 10|

User: Roughly 40 to 45 percent of the U.S. population falls within the: Answer upper class. middle class. lower class. poor.

Weegy: Roughly 40 to 45 percent of the U.S. population falls within the: C. lower class.
Expert answered|grew34|Points 10|

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