In a society that expresses itself by some type of status hierarchy, such a society people naturally may move up or down in the system throughout their lives. This widely opens the definition of social mobility which simply refers to how far and easily a person can move in the social system. This is the term that used to describe the movement of different individuals or families through a system of social hierarchy (Breiger, 1990). There are two major types of social mobility; social mobility within the career of individuals and social mobility between generations.
The intergenerational mobility is