Asked in Needs a Topic
Needs a Topic
What did each social class contribute to the stability of society?
the kings gave land to the lords the lords gave land the knights and money to fight with, the peasants got given land by the lords and the peasants payed taxes to the lord and king to pay for the knights and land
Asked in Egypt, Ancient Egypt
Did the Egyptians wear jewelry as an indication as to their social class in society?
it deepened on whether they had a social class in their society. if they did then yes they would of wore something more fashionable and prettier for a party. ...
Asked in Roman Empire, Ancient Rome
What was important about ancient Rome's social class?
Which social class? Ancient Rome's society was divided into several classes as it was part of their culture. Each person knew his class and the social mores that their class incorporated. ...
Asked in Roman Empire
Where was the social classes in anchien rome?
The social classes in ancient Rome were not groups of people coming together to learn something. They were parts of society. A person's social class was determined by his/her birth. The social classes in ancient Rome were not groups of people coming together to learn something. They were parts of society. A person's social class was determined by his/her birth. The social classes in ancient Rome were not groups of people coming together to learn something. They were parts of society. A...
Asked in Social Sciences, Sociology
What is the relationship between social class and single parenthood?
Any single parenthood may be a part of a different Social class structure prevailing the society Like a business firm can segment its market on the basis of a social class for example, upper class, middle class or a lower class. ...
Asked in Sociology
How does social stratification affect society?
Social stratification is a system in which society ranks a group of people in a hierarchy based on wealth and power, such as an upper class, a middle class, and a lower class. Social stratification causes many problems within a society. The lower class is most affected by this unjust system and causes emotional stress among the individuals in the class. It affects health, education, and many other measures associated with one's lifestyle. ...
Asked in History of India
What new social class emerged as a result of the Crusades?
The bourgeoisie was the new social class that emerged as a result of the Crusades. It was dominated by the property-owning class and this class played a role in history by revolutionizing industry and modernizing society. ...
Asked in Sociology
How does sociology contribute knowledge in the study of economics?
The contribution that Sociology can make to the study of Economics is to enlighten us to the underlying social structure of the society in question, such as how are key decisions made, who has power and who doesn't, what core values shape and are shaped by economic dynamics, what is the class structure of the society. ...
Asked in USSR in WW2, Definitions, Karl Marx
What is the proletariat?
A member of the working class. The proletariat is a social class composed of common workers in a capitalistic society who neither own nor control any of the means of production within that society and have nothing to sell but their own labors. Individual members of the social class "proletariat" are known as "proletarians." ...