The relationship is brought about and reinforced by a confluence of unequal relations of roles, decisions, right, opportunities and functions.
Social stratification and structured social inequality may have a single term for grouping of individuals, but there exist some distinct characteristics between the two. From the above discussion; it is clear that social stratification entails grouping of individuals according to either their level of income, age or sex. However, these categories are granted equal opportunities with no discrimination. Structured social inequality, on the other hand, involves the grouping of individuals in a society.
Unlike in the social stratification, there is variation in which some categories are discriminated and treated differently from others. The reason for discrimination might be because of a leadership role. Some societies believe that women cannot make good leadership. However, during leadership campaigns, women are denied their rights to campaign. More so, in some families, women are not allowed to make any decision, the fact that all ladies feature in the womens group, they can never participate in any family decisions. In social stratification, women are granted the rights for decisions and also have the right to elect their leader to represent them in any national functions.
However, there are scholars who try to explain the theories of stratification. Marx theory consists of two major economic parts. They include the sub and super structures. The theory of the mode of production rotates around the relation of production. They include; employee-employer work conditions, property relationship, and labor division. According to Marxist, ones social class is determined by ones relationship to the production means. Marxist argued that there exist two groups in any society. They include the owners to the means of production and those who provide the