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If a friend were to say, “ He’s the president of the college” the term “president” would refer to an:
a)status
b)role
c)social situation
d)social relationship
e)social interaction

a group ranked in a system of social stratification into which member are born for life is called a:
a) castle
b) class
c) rank society
d) stratified society
e) bounded society

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