Grouping by Class and Social Rank Stratification. Stratification is the division of society into two or more social classes of people who do not share equally in basic resources, power, or prestige.
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Dalits, known as “untouchables” in India’s traditional caste system, light 100 “candles of freedom” at the 2004 World Social Forum held in Mumbai.
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What types of Class indicators do we find in U.S. language?
But not all societies are stratified or egalitarian, some are open class societies...