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Chapter 18

Sociology 3e

QuestionAnswer
automation workers being replaced by technology
bartering a process where people exchange one form of goods or services for another
capitalism an economic system in which there is private ownership (as opposed to state ownership) and where there is an impetus to produce profit, and thereby wealth
career inheritance a practice where children tend to enter the same or similar occupation as their parents
convergence theory a sociological theory to explain how and why societies move toward similarity over time as their economies develop
depression a sustained recession across several economic sectors
economy the social institution through which a society's resources (goods and services) are managed
global assembly lines a practice where products are assembled over the course of several international transactions
global commodity chains internationally integrated economic links that connect workers and corporations for the purpose of manufacture and marketing
market socialism a subtype of socialism that adopts certain traits of capitalism, like allowing limited private ownership or consulting market demand
mechanical solidarity a form of social cohesion that comes from sharing similar work, education, and religion, as might be found in simpler societies
mercantilism an economic policy based on national policies of accumulating silver and gold by controlling markets with colonies and other countries through taxes and customs charges
money an object that a society agrees to assign a value to so it can be exchanged as payment
mutualism a form of socialism under which individuals and cooperative groups exchange products with one another on the basis of mutually satisfactory contracts
organic solidarity a form of social cohesion that arises out of the mutual interdependence created by the specialization of work
outsourcing a practice where jobs are contracted to an outside source, often in another country
polarization a practice where the differences between low-end and high0end jobs become greater and the number of people in the middle levels decreases
recession two or more consecutive quarters of economic decline
socialism an economic system in which there is government ownership (often referred to as "state run") of goods and their production, with an impetus to share work and wealth equally among the members of a society
structural unemployment a societal level of disjuncture between people seeking jobs and the jobs that are available
subsistence farming farming where farmers grow only enough to feed themselves and their families
underemployment a state in which a person accepts a lower paying, lower status job than is or her education and experience qualifies him or her to perform
xenophobia an illogical fear and even hatred of foreigners and foreign goods
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