Using two macro and one micro sociological theories, discuss why deviance and social stratification persists in the ghanaian society
Ghanaian society is hierarchical, and people are respected because of their age, experience, and wealth or position. Although deviance and social stratification persist in Ghanaian society, it is through macro and micro-sociological concepts. Further, the macro-level sociology concept looks at large scale social processes, such as social stability and change. In contrast, micro-level sociology concepts look at small scale interactions between individuals, such as conversation and group dynamics. However, the Ghanaian society tradition focuses on sociology, including social stratification, social class, culture, social mobility, secularization, and deviance. Therefore, both deviance and social stratification persevere in the Ghanaian society.