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datestamp: 2016-03-28T15:01:04Z
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IRA-International Journal of Management & Social Sciences (ISSN 2455-2267)
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2455-2267
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article-title: Social Stratification: A review of theories and conclusions
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Social Stratification: A review of theories and conclusions
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surname: Sommer
given-names: Brittani
aff: Université libre de Bruxelles Brussel
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surname: Gupta
given-names: Priyanka
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surname: Opresnik
given-names: Marc Oliver
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surname: Chandra
given-names: Geetanjali Ramesh
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surname: Tiwari
given-names: Kavita
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surname: Comite
given-names: Ubaldo
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given-names: Nasios
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given-names: Cezarina Adina
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day: 16
month: 11
year: 2015
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year: 2015
volume: 1
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3
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p: In ahead of schedule social orders, individuals shared a typical social standing. As social orders developed and turned out to be more intricate, they started to hoist a few individuals. Today, stratification, a framework by which society positions its individuals in a chain of command, is the standard all through the world. All social orders stratify their individuals. A stratified society is one in which there is an unequal circulation of society's prizes and in which individuals are organized progressively into layers as indicated by the amount of society's prizes they have. To comprehend stratification, we should first comprehend its starting points. The theories of the social stratification have been put light on by this work. Various conclusions for its present scene in the various societies have been conceptualized.
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p: In ahead of schedule social orders, individuals shared a typical social standing. As social orders developed and turned out to be more intricate, they started to hoist a few individuals. Today, stratification, a framework by which society positions its individuals in a chain of command, is the standard all through the world. All social orders stratify their individuals. A stratified society is one in which there is an unequal circulation of society's prizes and in which individuals are organized progressively into layers as indicated by the amount of society's prizes they have. To comprehend stratification, we should first comprehend its starting points. The theories of the social stratification have been put light on by this work. Various conclusions for its present scene in the various societies have been conceptualized.
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kwd: Social stratification, social inequality, social welfare, social sciences, civilizations
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