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Sociology HIST 1100 - 01

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Survey of American History to 1865
Cassandra Yacovazzi

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Survey of American History to 1865
Cassandra Yacovazzi
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Using what you have learned from readings and lectures de ne social mobility sociologically Identify and describe at least four types of social mobility Social mobility is when groups or individuals move within social hierarchy due to changes in income education occupation etc An example of social mobility is when a family moves due to change in income Another example of social mobility is relative mobility Relative mobility is the ability of a child to move from his or her parents place in society lntergenerational social mobility is when a child has a higher or lower status compared to their parents statuses Vertical mobility is the movement from an individual or group up or down from one socioeconomic level Vertical mobility often involves changing occupation or getting married Meritocratic mobility is when wealth income and statuses are assigned through competition


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