Inequality

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How does Weber define life chances?
the chance to- live a long life, have a good education, go on paid holidays and activites, own your own home and have a well paid job.
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what inequlieties can inhibit life chances?
social class and gender
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what does income affect?
type of food you eat, car ownership, quality of housing.
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facts about the British Household Panel survey...
Longitudinal, same sample of a long period of time, relies on accurate accounts from the participants
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Functionalist and New Right's view on inequality
unequal rewards, used to justify high salaries to top buisness people
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Marxist and Weberian's view on inequality
this power determines huge rewards as the norm. Have to accept what is being offered
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According to Timmins...
The gender pay gap and educational qualifications of ethnic groups has narrowed.
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Define Inequality.
difference in size, degree, circumstances, etc; lack of equality
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Timmins also believes
it matters more in britain who your parents are than in other countries
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what inequlieties can inhibit life chances?

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social class and gender

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what does income affect?

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facts about the British Household Panel survey...

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Functionalist and New Right's view on inequality

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