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Those individuals and groups that are ranked toward the upper levels in a stratification hierarchy. They usually enjoy greater power, influence, mobility, status, and prestige than do other individuals and groups supposedly ranked below them.
 
Those individuals and groups that are ranked toward the upper levels in a stratification hierarchy. They usually enjoy greater power, influence, mobility, status, and prestige than do other individuals and groups supposedly ranked below them.
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Latest revision as of 17:09, 5 March 2020

Those individuals and groups that are ranked toward the upper levels in a stratification hierarchy. They usually enjoy greater power, influence, mobility, status, and prestige than do other individuals and groups supposedly ranked below them.


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