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In your view, is the extent of social inequality in the United States helpful or harmful to society as a whole? Explain.
Contrast social mobility in developing and industrialized nations. Do you think the differences will eventually disappear? Why or why not?
Social inequality related to racial, gender and wealth
inequality. Social inequality limit or harm the social status.
Social inequality makes discriminatory legislation. social
inequality makes every access possible, it exist between ethnic or
religious groups. social inequality harm people in many ways like
economic inequality in distribution, it causes unequal accumulation
of wealth, barrier in health care, housing, and property. If they
are wealthy they can afford social goods and services.
Social mobility refers to an individual or group of people up or down from one socio-economic level to another by providing job, service, goods, etc. It changes the wealth and social status of the individual. It provides changes in lifestyle, health status, education and makes equality in classes, ethnic groups. Industrialized country or nations is a developed country they developed in the economy, technical infrastructure, etc. This social mobility can breakdown the social classes and culture and it strengthens the class system. It makes social and economic equality for all. It has positive consequences of mobility for individual concern. It provides more opportunities in modern industrial nations. This social inequality and the different class system slowly disappear. industrialized nations help less-developed nations to raise the economic and standard of living.
In your view, is the extent of social inequality in the United States helpful or harmful...
In your view, is the extent of social inequality in the United States helpful or harmful to society as a whole? Explain. Contrast social mobility in developing and industrialized nations. Do you think the differences will eventually disappear? Why or why not?
Describe some of the ways in which measures of income inequality in the United States exaggerates this inequality. Do you think there is inequality? Support your reasoning.
Do you think the portrayal of social class or gender in the media (whether in television shows, television news programs, movies, newspapers, radio, or other media sources) accurately reflects the realities of social class, inequality, and gender role expectations in American society? Give specific examples from the media to support your points. Then reflect on the extent to which the media shows us the impact of inequality (whether based on gender or class) on individual's lives and society as a...
Inequality of income is greater in the United States than in other capitalist countries. What do you think explains this? Is there something unjust about extreme inequality?
Our Discussion for this week will focus on prostitution and pornography. Please respond to the following questions/statements: Do you think pornography is harmful to American society? Do you think that pornography should be restricted in the United States? Explain your answers. With regard to the Thinking Critically About Social Problems section on page 75 of the textbook, do you think prostitution should be legalized? Explain your viewpoint.
Why do you think voter turnout in the United States is lower than that of most well-established democracies in other nations? What do you think could be a way to increase voter turnout? Use facts to support your opinion.
How can you reconcile Reich's dim view of the effects of corporate capitalism in the United States today with the more "upbeat" tribute to the free market that Gilder offers? Specifically, use Bloom's taxonomy: Analyze and evaluate Reich's explanation of why the current version of the "free market" in the United States is exacerbating social and economic inequality, and analyze and evaluate whether Gilder's view is more accurate and complete.
How does your new knowledge about the History of the United States since 1877 inform your sense of personal and social responsibility? And why do you think it’s important to know about the history of this country?Discuss
Collapse What do you identify as the most successful social welfare program in the United States? Why has it been successful? What strengths and weaknesses do you see in this program? Be sure to provide both current and historical frameworks for justifying your claims. Are there any reforms you can think of which would improve the effectiveness of the policy? Remember to identify your sources. An in-text citation requires a parenthetical citation, for example: (Smith). Then, provide a formal citation...
Compare and Contrast the USA vs other countries. Why do you think the United States has an Obesity Issue? 2. After researching Obesity in the U.S. what are some reasons why Obesity is on the rise? Please list a scholarly source to support your answer.