Davis and moore thesis of social stratification
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Therefore, social inequality among different strata in the amounts of scarce and desired goods, and the amounts of prestige and esteem which they receive, is both positively functional and inevitable in any society.
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Davis and moore some principles of stratification
Download preview PDF. Only a limited number of individuals in any society have the talents which can be trained into the skills appropriate to these positions i. New York: The Free Press. New York: McGraw-Hill. The Coming Crisis of Western Sociology. Google Scholar Davis, Kingsley. Class, Status, and Power. These scarce and desired goods consist of rights and perquisites attached to, or built into, the positions and can be classified into those things which contribute to A sustenance and comfort; B humor and diversion; Q self-respect and ego expansion. References Abrahamson, Mark. Google Scholar Buckley, Walter. In order to induce the talented persons to undergo these sacrifices and acquire the training, their future positions must carry an inducement value in the form of differential, i.
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