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Hierarchy and Inequality: Hierarchy, Types of Hierarchy, Inequality, Types of Inequality

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Hierarchy and Inequality

Hierarchy and Inequality

Hierarchy and Inequality

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Hierarchy

  • In its various forms is one of the most fundamental features of social relation. Social hierarchy is an inherent or overt rank order of individuals or groups with respect to a valued social dimension.
  • The words implicit and explicit used to capture the range of awareness that people have to the hierarchies in which they are embedded.
  • Every organization has a stratified structure, a pyramid shape with fewer people at the top more at the bottom.

Types of Hierarchy

Types of hierarchy

Types of Hierarchy

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Formal Hierarchy

  • The signs of hierarchy formalization include job titles, reporting structures and association c

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Social Differentiation: Sorokin’S Classification of Social Differentiation, Unibonded Groups, Multi-Bonded Groups

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Social Differentiation

It is the difference made between social clusters and person on the foundation of biological, physiological, and social cultural factors such as race, gender, age, and nationality.

Social differentiation

Social Differentiation

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  • It studies the economic and political relation that affects the creation of social categories.
  • Technological advances have both optimistic and pessimistic effects on the level of social differentiation. Technological advances raise efficiency by introducing processes that involve some degree of specialization.
  • These processes enable a people to meet the creative requirements of a large population and gene

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