(ii) In terms of social stratification, different classes have distinct social rank. Some people may have a greater status, while others may have a lower status, and yet others may have neither.
(iii) In stratification, interactions are limited to a specific level. Every person forms relationships with other people of the same social level.
(iv) Social stratification is passed down via the generations. It has a strong link to the family
circle and the passing down of social resources from one generation to the next.
(v) Patterns of belief or ideology foster social stratification.