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Outline of the Reasons Social Stratification Is Unavoidable According to the Davis-Moore Thesis Some positions are less important than others. The more important positions required better qualified people. More important positions must offer higher pay to attract qualified people. ?????? What is missing from the outline of the Davis-Moore thesis? A. All positions in society must be filled. B. All societies should work toward the elimination of ascribed positions. C. Society will be improved when all positions are considered equally important. D. Less important positions must not o
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The Davis–Moore hypothesis, sometimes referred to as the Davis–Moore theory, is a central claim within the structural functionalist paradigm of sociological theory, and was advanced by Kingsley Davis and Wilbert E. Moore in a paper published in 1945. The hypothesis is an attempt to explain social stratification.

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Davis Moor Thesis was based off of three main things with one big question: prestige, power, and wealth and how do we measure the social classes. Davis Moor claimed that rewards were the valued things given to those who are the most important in society. He also said that greater rewards were given to those who are in a difficult occupation to fill. Take for instance a doctor. A doctor has to go to school for many more years than the average employee and so because of this, he gets lifes "perks". He gets paid more because his job takes a lot to fill.
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What's the last answer choice? It looks like it got cut off
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What is missing from the outline of the Davis-Moore thesis? A. All positions in society must be filled. B. All societies should work toward the elimination of ascribed positions. C. Society will be improved when all positions are considered equally important. D. Less important positions must not offer high pay.
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D or A not exactly sure

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