Around here we practice irreverence. Those things entitled to respect in Western traditional society are immediately questioned and put to the test. Nothing is sacrosanct around here. We respect and honor life and the human being and plants and animals and nature as a whole. Some things get you prejudicial respect. But that is left to pre-judgment and must stand up to scrutiny. Age is good to begin with, position in family gets a bump for starters, We honor education very highly but - heck, I have a doctorate and my five year old challenges me hourly.
"Social Status" around here will get a smirk and an assumption that you sold out for something. Wealth is either a lottery/inheritance deal or you made that a priority and what does that say about you? Our faith teaches us to treat a pauper or down and out fellow like it may be God or an Angel visiting, but makes no such concession for a wealthy or powerful man.
Cool question, I had not thought about this for awhile. Here is the downside, you cannot rest just because you are a father or head of the household, you still have to constantly earn your honor and respect.