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  1. There are the following stratification models:

    1. A closed stratification system is a system where members can only change their status with great difficulty.
    2. An open stratification system is a system in which its members can change their status with relative ease.

    An example of the first system is the caste system in India. A hard division that is passed down by birth. Very dense and inefficient in my opinion.

    And the second method is used by most Western societies and is the most progressive.

  2. Stratification is the division of society into certain strata (strata), which differ in the level of income, education, profession, access to participation in government, etc.

    The stratification model describes how society is divided: class-based (modern model), caste-based, or class-based.

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