Answer :

The main points of differences between social inequality and individual inequality are –

a) Social inequality refers to the inequality in social status or the difference among people on the basis of their social status, whereas individual inequality means the difference in physical characteristics like age intelligence, physical power, appearance, etc of individuals.


b) Social inequalities are systematic and structured; it has a definite pattern whereas individual inequalities are natural.


c) Social inequality is not about an individual but about group where as individual inequality is about individuals.


d) Individual inequality establishes harmony in the society where as the social inequalities cause conflicts and differences.


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