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Davis and moore point out that stratification is not inevitable because it does not exist everywhere
False
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Why do Davis and Moore’s views on social stratification make many sociologists uneasy?
they see it as coming close to justifying the inequalities in society
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While the Davis and Moore thesis suggest “to each according to the importance of one’s work,” Karl Marx supported the idea:
“from each according to his ability, to each according to his needs.”
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Davis and Moore point out that an egalitarian society:
could exist but only if people are willing to allow anyone to perform any job.
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According to Davis and Moore, a system of unequal rewards increases productivity by
All of these are correct.
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• Discuss rebuttal to Davis and Moore’s functionalist view of social stratification.
Tumin rebuttles 1. How do we know positions with higher rewards are more important 2. Their beliefs lead to a meritocracy – postions rewarded on merit, which is not true because you are more likely to go to college because of money not merit 3. social stratification is not functional but dysfunctional, many could have been great if didn’t live in slums, dropped out of school
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According to Davis and Moore, inequality promotes productivity:
to the extent that it encourages people to perform more important jobs. to the extent that it motivates people to work longer, harder, or better. to the extent that it encourages people to gain the schooling and skills needed to perform more important jobs.
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