dice and inequality are directly liked: in the society that has many prejudices against the minorities, the latter is doomed to various negative outcomes.
Stereotypes primarily develop through continuous repetition of a particular idea; this generates a specific inertia that other people would not like to challenge. As a result, by being passive, they support the stereotypes about other people. The purpose that they serve focuses on conveying a certain message to the public: on the one hand they might contribute to formation of a positive image of the majority, but, on the other hand, they may also result in the negative image of the minority.
A conflict theorist would suggest that social inequality is an inevitable result of interaction of the oppressed class and the class of exploiters. On the other hand, a structural functionalist would point out that social inequality is conditioned by activity of different institutions within the society.
Poverty is likely to lead to a sense of being out of control of one’s personal life as an individual would understand that one is dealing with forces that are beyond one’s control and can hardly be resisted.
The major reason why there are homeless people in such a rich society is inequality in income distribution. In other words, the rich become richer and the poor only become poorer. Of course the latter have a chance for upward mobility, but it is a rather small one since there are many factors that would go against their