What characterizes the main motivation behind transnational migration for employment purposes?
During periods of social change, what is a potential consequence for educational systems?
When faced with cultural diversity, how can societies adapt to foster inclusivity?
How might a society adapt to the challenge of climate change?
India's Caste System is probably one of the best-known forms of close system of Stratification.
What is the main difference between a closed system and an open system?
How did Tanggol's actions demonstrate the value of education?
What is the importance of understanding ascribed status in a stratification system?
Which of the following is an example of social mobility?
What is the definition of education?
- Transnational migration for employment reasons is driven by various motivators, including: seeking better economic opportunities and job prospects, transformation of traditional music genres within a nation
- During periods of social change, educational systems can experience consequences such as: evolving architectural styles, introduction of new academic subjects, alterations in traditional farming practices
- Societies can adapt to cultural diversity by: promoting cultural exchange programs and education on diversity, embracing traditional farming practices, introducing new sports activities to bridge cultural gaps
- When facing the challenge of climate change, societies might adapt through: shifting musical preferences to address climate issues, investing heavily in traditional art forms, embracing sustainable practices and transitioning to clean energy sources
- India's Caste System is a form of strict and hereditary social stratification, different from an open system which is more fluid and based on wealth. Tanggol, born into a modest family, used education to break the cycle of poverty and become a symbol of its transformative power
- Education plays a crucial role in society by: opening doors to better opportunities, promoting social mobility, offering a pathway to elevate economic status, equipping individuals with tools needed to navigate the job market, fostering career growth, and providing financial stability
- Understanding ascribed status is important as it: helps recognize and challenge social inequalities, promoting a more just and equitable society
- An example of social mobility is: a person born into a lower-income family becoming a successful entrepreneur.
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