Course Description

Social stratification refers to a division of a society's people based on factors such as wealth, income, occupation, age, race, education, gender, and power. This Sociology Studies - Social Inequality course will give you an understanding of inequality in society and how these inequalities can come about. By the end of the course, you will have a strong grasp of open and closed stratification systems as well as the caste and class systems.

Course Details
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Self-paced
4 hours
Course Details
en,pt,es,it,fr
en
Self-paced
4 hours
Course Description

Social stratification refers to a division of a society's people based on factors such as wealth, income, occupation, age, race, education, gender, and power. This Sociology Studies - Social Inequality course will give you an understanding of inequality in society and how these inequalities can come about. By the end of the course, you will have a strong grasp of open and closed stratification systems as well as the caste and class systems.