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Social mobility (Sociology)

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Social mobility (Sociology)

  1. 1. Topic -III UNIT-II
  2. 2. Social Mobility  Change in social status  Characteristics of industrial or urban society
  3. 3. Definition  Social mobility refers to movements up and down in social status (Hartone and Hunt)  Social status – any change in social position.
  4. 4. Characteristics  Related to status of a person  Change in status of a person  Change – upward, downward, parallel  Mobility found in urban, industrial societies
  5. 5. Sorokin:  Horizontal Social Mobility  Vertical social mobility Horizontal mobility  Movement on the same social level Vertical social mobility  Movement -upwards and downwards Types of Social Mobility
  6. 6.  Intra Religious Mobility  Inter State Mobility  Inter Occupational Mobility  Ascending  Descending Types of Horizontal Social Mobility Types of Vertical Social Mobility
  7. 7.  Change in status and role- leads to change in class position  Army  Religious institutions  Schools  Political institutions  Wealth making organization  family Meaning of Vertical Mobility Sources of Vertical Social Mobility - Sorokin
  8. 8. Inter generational occupational mobility  Change in occupation within one’s lifetime Intergenerational occupational mobility  Descending adoption of a profession by next generation. Social Mobility – Two Types – Lipset Bondix
  9. 9.  Productive Mobility  Migratory Mobility  Technical Mobility Division into Three Types – J.H. Kohl
  10. 10.  Helps in changing racial structure  Change in human behavior and psychology  Effects in cooperation, competition, integration, social organization  Impact on various areas - Educational, Political, social, economic, industrial etc., Merits of Social Mobility - Sorokin

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