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  • SCLY 4: Social Stratification Recap: Complete the sentences. 1) The term stratification refers to.... 2) At the top of the Feudal system, also known as the estate system was the King... 3) Estates were different from classes in that it was almost impossible to move up or down..... 4) Destiny is decided at birth.... 5) The caste system was found in India... 6) The caste you are born into reflects.... 7) Like the feudal system, caste is.... 8) Many Hindus accept their position because... 9) Rather than change the caste system.... 10) Slavery was found in the ancient civilisations of... 11) Slavery is a strong form of stratification as it divides people up into... 12) Unlike the feudal system, slaves can be..... 13) The apartheid system is South Africa is similar to slavery with a..... 14) Apartheid is also like the caste system as.... 15) The class system allows for.... 16) In a class system people.... 17) Feudal, caste and slavery stratification systems are viewed as.... 18) The class system is viewed as..... Match the correct sentence ending with the above sentence starters. Strict racial divide between white and black people, with white people running society. Bought and sold, the owner does not have a strong personal obligation to his or her slave. An open system as social mobility is possible. Closed systems, because social mobility is not possible. Greece and Rome and more recently Europe and America until the nineteenth century. It is seen as the will of God. Social mobility; that is people can move up and down. Your behaviour in a past life, so those at the bottom deserve to be looked down upon. That is, their status is ascribed. If you were born a serf, then you would always be a serf, and you would not marry someone born to a higher estate. And is based on Hindu religious beliefs about reincarnation. The way different groups of people are placed at different levels in society. They will try to live virtuous lives so as to be reborn in a higher caste. Ascribed, a person’s social position is decided at birth. Achieve their status. Below him the noble lords, then knights and finally the great majority of the population, the serfs or peasants. Slave owners and slaves, and often allows slaves to be treated badly. People’s social position was decided at birth by the colour of their skin.
  • Look at the images below. Briefly describe what they represent. .................................................................... .................................................................... .................................................................... .................................................................... .................................................................... .................................................................... .................................................................... .................................................................... .................................................................... .................................................................... .................................................................... .................................................................... .................................................................... .................................................................... .................................................................... .................................................................... .................................................................... .................................................................... .................................................................... .................................................................. Consider the pros and cons to closed stratification systems Advantages of closed systems Disadvantages to closed systems