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Stratification as a Pervasive Societal
Stratification in Primitive Societies
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American society American Sociological Review associations attitudes behavior Bendix businessmen caste chances changes Chap Chapter class and status class consciousness class differences class position class structure class system craftsmen cultural degree distinctions distribution economic positions economic surplus elite equality ethnic existence farm feudal Floyd Hunter formal higher Ibid important income Indian caste system industrial societies inequalities interaction kindred workers L. T. Hobhouse labor large numbers leaders Lipset Lloyd Warner lower-class major manorial manual workers middle class military modern societies Negro nobility nomic opportunity organized parents patterns percent persons political population power structure prestige professional rank Reinhard Bendix semiskilled serfs significant similar skilled social classes social mobility social positions social stratification status groups status hierarchy strata subgroups Table tend tion town United University Press unskilled upper upper-class urban wealth white-collar working-class Wright Mills York