Tuesday, 21 November 2017

Barriers to upward social mobility

These are factors that make it difficult to separate the family or group to move from one position to another.

  • Such barriers can include a variety of social, psychological, cultural, economic, political and other factors.
  •  Lack of opportunities, motivation, commitment, interest, or positive attitude, and so on, is very important psychosocial factors. 
  • Other major barriers can take on their own physical condition, lack of access to appropriate modern education; inherited inequalities in the distribution of wealth; skin color or ethnic origin man, religion, etc. These are the most obvious obstacles to social mobility.

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