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lol this sounds familiar...SES is caused by many things. In fact, a general answer would say that life causes SES. Think of SES as a ranking system. SES has High, Middle, and Low, depending on your personal status. The factors of SES will range from three main areas: 1. Income 2. Education 3. Occupation. So for example, if you have more income, then you will be in a higher rank as opposed to an individual or family that has a lower income. This is true with the other area factors-education and occupation. As far as consequences, SES will hinder social inequality, social stratification, and status attainment, etc.
give me more example of consequence please.
Low SES and its correlates, such as lower education, poverty, and poor health, ultimately affect our society as a whole. Inequities in wealth distribution, resource distribution, and quality of life are increasing in the United States and globally. Society benefits from an increased focus on the foundations of socioeconomic inequities and efforts to reduce the deep gaps in socioeconomic status in the United States and abroad. Behavioral and other social science professionals possess the tools necessary to study and identify strategies that could alleviate these disparities at both individual and societal levels.