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Keywords and Sections
SPECIAL CLASS
BASIS
AGE
COMMUNISM
DISTRIBUTION
SPEAKER
REGION
INDIVIDUALS
IMPACT
CHILDREN
LIFESTYLE
RELIGION
WOMEN
GROUP
SELECTIVE
RELEVANCE
FEMINISM
WARNER
EXCLUDING
NATION-STATE
CULTURAL CAPITAL
VIEWS
DIFFERENT VIEWS
CULTURE
ANCIENT ROME
WEALTH
NORTH INDIA
COMMONWEALTH COUNTRIES
POLISH HISTORY
POWER
SOCIAL RELATIONS
SOCIAL STRUCTURE
SOCIAL INTEGRATION
SONG CHINA
CLASS CONSCIOUSNESS
SOCIOLOGISTS
PEOPLE
OWN LAND
AMERICA
EUGENICISTS
CASTE
LOWER CLASSES
NOBILITY
SOCIAL INEQUALITY
SEXUALITY
ETHNICITY
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Definitions

  1. Social class is the most common basis of stratification.
  2. Social class is based on economically determined relationship to the market (owner, renter, employee etc.). (Web site)
  3. One social class is the ruling class, and it uses its wealth and power to exploit the other class(es). (Web site)
  4. After all, social class is the distribution of individuals among positions within society whose influence and importance differ. (Web site)

Special Class

  1. Archaeologists sometimes attribute the appearance of weapon graves to the rise of a social class of warriors or special class of persons in authority.

Basis

  1. Meanwhile, most (but not all) anarchists reject nation-states on the basis of self-determination of the majority social class, and thus reject nationalism.

Age

  1. Age, childhood social class and household crowding in childhood were independent risk factors after adjustment for other variables.

Communism

  1. Communism is a social system that abolishes private property, social class es, and the state itself.

Distribution

  1. The same analysis may also show that the distribution of punishment for any given crime may vary according to the social class of the perpetrator. (Web site)

Speaker

  1. In common with other terms relevant to social class, it is defined and used in many different ways, depending on context and speaker.
  2. Any native speaker of English would immediately be able to guess that speaker 1 was likely of a different social class than speaker 2. (Web site)

Region

  1. A diagram showing variation in the English language by region (the bottom axis) and by social class (the side axis). (Web site)

Individuals

  1. Social class refers to the hierarchical distinctions between individuals or groups in societies or cultures. (Web site)

Impact

  1. Issues of ownership, social class, and much more are examined to reach the ultimate conclusion that the impact of Feudalism was a positive one indeed. (Web site)

Children

  1. The children were classified into 4 groups according to social class and toothbrushing habits.

Lifestyle

  1. Psychographic segmentation is the process of dividing markets into groups based on values, social class, lifestyle, or personality characteristics.

Religion

  1. Religion in Indonesia was a complex and volatile issue in the early 1990s, one not easily analyzed in terms of social class, region, or ethnic group. (Web site)

Women

  1. In Greece the hetaerae were often women of high social class, whereas in Rome the meretrices were of lower social order.

Group

  1. A group of social positions will create a social class and a social circle.

Selective

  1. To avoid freeloading, many monasteries became very selective about whom they admitted, in some cases based on social class.

Relevance

  1. The relevance of social class today This article does not cite any references or sources.

Feminism

  1. Feminism is about equality of life and lifestyle, regardless of race, age or social class.

Warner

  1. To Warner, American social class was based more on attitudes than on the actual amount of money an individual made. (Web site)

Excluding

  1. Art has been perceived as belonging to one social class and often excluding others.

Nation-State

  1. The hyper-mobility of capital has finally created a global class war as it has moved from nation-state based inequality to that of social class.

Cultural Capital

  1. The author shows how gender and social class interact to produce different benefits from cultural capital.

Views

  1. Representing late sarmatism culture, he views only szlachta social class as the only real representative of Commonwealth.

Different Views

  1. Karl Marx and Max Weber have different views upon social class in contemporary societies. (Web site)

Culture

  1. Many feminists today argue that feminism is a grass-roots movement that seeks to cross boundaries based on social class, race, culture and religion.

Ancient Rome

  1. Class structure Main article: Social class in ancient Rome A Roman clad in a toga, the distinctive garb of Ancient Rome.

Wealth

  1. The graphic shows four different attributes which affect social class: professional prestige, educational attainment, income, and wealth.
  2. The relationship between wealth and children's education, schooling, neighborhoods and social class has a direct correlation to inheritance.

North India

  1. Social class and coronary artery disease in a urban population of North India in the Indian Lifestyle and Heart Study. (Web site)

Commonwealth Countries

  1. In Britain and some Commonwealth countries, the order in which the milk and the tea enter the cup is often considered an indicator of social class. (Web site)

Polish History

  1. But in failing to provide land for the freed peasants it created for the first time in Polish history the new social class of the proletariat. (Web site)

Power

  1. The power of one social class to control the means of production enables its exploitation of the other classes. (Web site)

Social Relations

  1. Prospect Books [history; cookery; table manners; meals; social relations; social class; anotated bibliography; Europe].

Social Structure

  1. Relevance of social class to social structure and personality.

Social Integration

  1. Mead's own analysis did not ignore the macro-social issues of social class, power, social integration, and social institutions, but they are ambiguous.

Song China

  1. The food that one consumed and the clothes that one wore in Song China were largely dictated by one's status and social class. (Web site)

Class Consciousness

  1. This feature of social class is commonly termed class consciousness in Marxism. (Web site)

Sociologists

  1. Directory Explore links containing information related to human ecology, education, social class and stratification, sociologists, and more.

People

  1. A social class is, at its most basic, a group of people that have similar social status. (Web site)
  2. I mean, I think it's great that people are trying to be conscientious about social class, inequity, maldistribution of wealth, and so on.

Own Land

  1. Marius relaxed the recruitment policies by removing the necessity to own land, and allowed all Roman citizens entry, regardless of social class.

America

  1. An early example of a stratum class model was developed by the sociologist William Lloyd Warner in his 1949 book, Social Class in America. (Web site)

Eugenicists

  1. Early eugenicists were mostly concerned with perceived intelligence factors that often correlated strongly with social class.

Caste

  1. In comparison, the Polish nobility was a "power elite" caste, not a social class.
  2. Each region has its own mix of religion, caste (social class), language, and literary, cultural and historical traditions. (Web site)

Lower Classes

  1. Kenyans of higher economic and social class tend to have assimilated more Western culture than those of the lower classes. (Web site)

Nobility

  1. Only those classified within the social class of royalty and upper nobility have a style of "Highness" attached before their title. (Web site)
  2. Nobility was the highest social class in pre-modern societies.
  3. Sigh. A social class system is not the same thing as a nobility.

Social Inequality

  1. Social class and social inequality in American society.

Sexuality

  1. Two World Wars; rise and fall of fascism and Communism; decolonization; changing attitudes toward social class, sexuality, and the family.

Ethnicity

  1. The volume features research that documents cultural variations within American society shaped by social class, race and ethnicity, and gender. (Web site)
  2. Instead of focusing on ethnicity, Brazilians tend to classify people in terms of social class.

Categories

  1. Society > Social Sciences > Sociology > Social Stratification
  2. Society > Social Sciences > Sociology > Social Status
  3. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Society > Culture > Social Institutions
  4. Society > Social Sciences > Sociology > Social Structure
  5. Lower Classes

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