RELIGION - The major religion in Greece is Greek Orthodox (about 98% of the population). The other two percent is made up of Muslim, Catholic, and Jewish. Originally, Greece followed those in Catholicism until there was break from tradition. The major argument was that the Pope wanted complete control over Greece and the Patriarchs did not agree. They have a separation between church and state.
SOCIAL STRUCTURE - The people are organized by how much money they make just like the United States (upper, middle, and lower class). All males over the age of 18 are required by law to serve in the military, but the same rule does not apply to females. It seems that the population is declining due to a lower birth rate and marriage rate in the country. It leads one to believe that the country in aging quickly.