These include health and status experiences of people and nations, and racial categories of social-economic groups. In the recent past, political hierarchy as well as economic inequality has remained a puzzle despite being one among the most significant innovations in the social and economic structure of every country (Bowles 1). As a result, there is evident change in nature of wealth distribution and labor division. Consequently, these have contributed to different classes. From sociological perspective, political hierarchy or inequality is the difference in ability among individuals. This gives some individuals power to command others hence linked to asymmetrical network structure. On the other hand, economic hierarchy is perceived as the heritable and persistent difference in distribution of wealth resulting from joint surplus among different groups. These differences have contributed to social problems of poverty among some people.
From the difference aforementioned, individuals categorize themselves in groups as indicated in each hierarchy. With the difference in income, the ability of individuals to access health care is different. For instance, the lowest class is financially unable to access the best health care. This inability changes in every group. The most possible outcome is that the individuals in the lowest classes will be segregated and commanded by the able classes. The disparity in income and educational disparity are dependent of each other. For instance, people with low income are unable to access the right education (Bowles 3). Consequently, those with less education receive less income at any point in time.
Among individuals, financial resources have been limited as a result of political hierarchy. When individuals lack this resource, which is the core resource, access to education, nutrition, and health services is limited. This proves the sociological argument of inequality down