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Morata, Madrid. Inheritable through the male line, it consisted of seven categories: landlord, rich peasant, upper middle peasant, middle middle peasant, lower middle peasant, poor peasant, and landless laborer. In our pilot fieldwork, we noticed that some informants did not distinguish between different middle peasant identities and between poor peasant and landless laborer.

We calculated the sex ratio of all children per family head as follows: number of sons divided by number of all children. The explaining variables were those characteristics of a family head. As the dependent variable was an ordinal variable and the data did not meet the proportional odds assumption for performing an ordered logit regression, we performed an ordered probit analysis. The data regarding grandchildren did not conform to a normal distribution. The primary purpose of this study is to test the TWH prediction that high-status parents have more sons among their offspring.

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Thus, they were expected to have a higher offspring sex ratio. In this case, the variable number of offspring was removed from the probit model.

Before each probit regression analysis mentioned above, we also conducted an ordinary least squares regression using the same dependent and independent variables to examine values of tolerances. These tolerance values can be used to detect potential multicollinearity in a logistic or probit regression model Menard, In fact, multicollinearity was not an issue in this study. Along with each probit regression analysis, we also performed an ordinal logit regression using the same variables.

The logit models showed essentially the same results specific analysis results will not be reported below. All statistical analyses were conducted using Stata Results Table 1 below gives descriptive statistics for the variables used in the analyses.

Table 1 Descriptive statistics for family heads.

The word stratification implies that a society is divided into different ranks starting from superior to inferior. The main difference between social stratification and social inequality is that in a stratified society inequality is established. This does not necessarily mean that people have accepted the circumstance that some groups or individuals receive more influence and respect than others.

Inequality is recognized and to some extend expected but people do not fight against these disadvantages. A characteristic is taken and divided into different parts on a scale.

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The valuation of one specific characteristic has led to a hierarchy. When income is taken as an example, it is easily ranked. The more money you earn the higher your position in the hierarchy is.

When we take a closer look at some attributes in a society like income, wealth, occupation, education or health system it can be recognised that some of this attributes depend on each other for instance the better your income the better your access to education and medical provision.

Social stratification can lead to a chain reaction because after one disadvantage the next one might follow. Ascription is when people have social positions because of qualities beyond their control e. Achievement is when people reached their placement by following certain achievement rules e. Ascriptions can be seen as the most important root for unequal societies.

The fact that the main criteria for an ascribed society are fixed at birth leads to disadvantages in shaping an individual life. Ascriptions can never be eliminated but achievement might give you the chance to go ahead and be socially mobile.

Systems of social stratification There are different systems of social stratification existing e. A typical country representing the caste system is India. This system exists of castes and sub castes and its main characteristic is rigidity and inequality. When a human being was born into a poor caste, he stayed mostly poor for the rest of his life.

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It is difficult to get access to education and health systems. As the purpose is to compare industrial societies we will take a closer look at the class system. The concept of class in not easily defined as a lot of sociologists have tried to but could not find a common idea.

This description indicates that people have the possibility to choose their division by themselves.

Property like skills or goods are taken and utilized the best possible way. The precondition and its exploitations put us in a specific class.

In class systems open demanding positions can be reached to a higher degree on achievement rather than ascription. Inequality is reduced compared to the caste system. Individuals are offered more opportunities to realize themselves.Liberarsi dalla dittatura del Pil. Education has to be, then, a protagonist in the construction of social spaces—which become educational agents—in which people can show, with facts and words, who they are and what they can do Arendt in Men in the Dark Times.

This example further underscores the non-equivalence of income across racial—ethnic groups. The logit models showed essentially the same results specific analysis results will not be reported below. Gupta points out that logically you should consider these characteristics only horizontally or maybe separately but not vertically or hierarchically

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