Explain how an individual s ascribed social class position at birth may affect what Max Weber called life chances, or the ability of an individual to attain the following good things that a society values:

Explain how an individual s ascribed social class position at birth may affect what Max Weber called life chances, or the ability of an individual to attain the following good things that a society values: good health care longevity a good job security status wealth power prestige Describe how life chances may affect an individual s life goals (positive or negative). In what ways may life chances be irrelevant? Give examples of how the concept of life chances operates in the following systems: a caste system a class system a one party, Communist system (such as China).

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