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The established position that one occupies within a social structure and that carries with it a degree of prestige is called a:
1. Status 2. Status set 3. Role 4. Role Set

I know it is status but I am confused between Status and Status set. I think it should be status set right. Pls help

  • Matt -

    You're right, it's status.

    This site explains the difference between status and status set.

    http://cwx.prenhall.com/bookbind/pubbooks/macionis7/chapter6/objectives/deluxe-content.html

  • Matt -

    As per the Link answer should be status right as question didn't specify how many statuses Am I correct

  • Matt -

    You're right. I think the definition you were given matches almost exactly with the site's definition of status. It says nothing about many statuses.

  • Matt -

    Thank You

  • Matt -

    You're welcome.

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