Intro to Sociology: Stratification!

Intro to Sociology: Stratification!

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Intro to Sociology: Stratification!
Let's learn about how society is divided up into layers, and what kinds of mobility and traits there are within those layers! Table of Contents: 00:00 - Stratification 00:36 - Social Stratification 01:39 - Types of Stratification 03:14 - Systems of Stratification 04:38 - Systems of Stratification 06:35 - Systems of Stratification 07:31 - Status Consistency 10:46 - Upper Class! 10:50 - Status Consistency 12:12 - Upper Class! 13:57 - Middle Class 16:41 - Lower Class 18:00 - Social Mobility 21:02 - Class Traits
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camder Tok says:

Hello Mam can I connect with you…

Jay Mack says:

That description could match a lot of people

Charlie bright says:

this is fake. its way of showing white privilege exists. of course we all have to fall foe this racial/ ethno parlor trick and give it two or three more years and the pyramid will be upside down. too much time and nothing of value being produced. America falls farther behind.

Thiago Henrique says:

Absolutely well done presentation, congratulations!

Jasmine Paris Blades says:

Thankyou, very helpful.

Gary Askwith says:

I think your Fruedian slip was showing on Hilton hores dirty old money!

Aidan The Lover Boy O'Dwyer says:

Hello. Quite tired here. Been researching like crazy but cannot find the difference between social stratification and economic stratification.

christian sworr says:

I'm really learning something wonderful about our society… Bravo to the author…

jamaicasky says:

that ws very informative, thank you so much. more people should be aware of these facts

Patrick Remi says:

Are you really a college professor???

Arpana Shrestha says:

In South Asia, the caste system is still prominent. There have been incidents where so-called untouchables were beaten to death for entering into a kitchen of a person from high class. Only a handful of people from lower caste are able to change their status through education, political power and economic growth.

jvolstad says:

Excellent lecture. Good use of PowerPoint as well. I'm in a Sociology class and was looking for more information on stratification. You made it very clear. YouTube is a great resource help learn and understand a subject. University of YouTube?

Worlds Oldest College Student and disabled veteran.

ThePreciseMoment says:

exogamy sure, but only one direction: woman marrying up, don't expect otherwise.

Ms.Hayes Lee says:

You are amazingly gifted. You took something so complexed that it seem unrealistic and made sence of it. Thank you .

Zackary Gomez says:

Thank you for explaining global stratification and social class in the U.S.

lonegymnast says:

she sounds like jan from the office

crabman51 says:

this was pretty helpful but what i really wanted to know was, what are the behavioral norms of the different social class. but this too was quite enlightening

razftw says:

13:10 haha see what u did there. thanks for the video. very helpful

Franco JJameson says:

Thank you for providing me with a fairly comprehensive overview of stratification. 

Fidan Aghayarova says:

thank you for video! really very helpful!

Kat D says:

Thanks now I know why the 99% gets screwed. It's by design.

Jennifer says:

This was very helpful, thank you.

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