Social Inequality Pattern

Write 750-1,000 word analysis on social stratification regarding inequality and class

Choose a social institution (you will be using the same social institution for all of the stratification assignments) to describe and analyze the effect that the stratification element of class has on that social institution. Include the following in your analysis:

Explain how social roles, positions, and class status impact the social institution.
Identify a form of class inequality associated with the social institution and use theoretical perspectives to explain the social behaviors that perpetuate the inequality.
Suggest measures for the social institution to implement to help alleviate the class inequality you identified.
Provide a minimum of three to five scholarly sources to support your analysis and conclusion. Additionally, you will need to include statistical data on the expression of stratification regarding inequality and class within the social institution.

This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.

Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.

You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin. Refer to the directions in the Student Success Center.

——–SOURCES TO LOOK AT——— BUT YOU DO NOT HAVE TO USE THEM ALL 

  Why Identity Group Work Strengthens Our Capacity for All Liberation Work

Read “Why Identity Group Work Strengthens Our Capacity for All Liberation Work," by Brown, from Tikkun (2013). 

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Who We Are

Read “Who We Are," by Barone, from Time (2014).

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 The Coming Apart of America's Civic Culture

Read “The Coming Apart of America's Civic Culture," by Murray, from Journal of Character Education (2014). 

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  Inequality and Modernization

Read “Inequality and Modernization (cover story)," by Inglehart, from Foreign Affairs (2016). 

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2. One Nation, Divided: Culture, Civic Institutions, and the Marriage Divide

Read “One Nation, Divided: Culture, Civic Institutions, and the Marriage Divide," by Wilcox, Wolinger, & Stokes, from Future of Children (2015). 

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3. Studies in Social Inequality

Read Part I & II of Studies in Social Inequality: New Gilded Age : The Critical Inequality Debates of Our Time, by Grusky & Kricheli-Katz (Eds.). (2012). 

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