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SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY
SOCIAL POSITIONS
TRADITIONAL SOCIAL STRUCTURE
FOUR SOCIAL CLASSES
LOWER SOCIAL CLASSES
REGIONS
MATTER
MAN
THEORY
ATTEMPTING
WEALTH
EXAMINATION
PATTERNS
FARMERS
INCOME
POWER
MEANS
SMALL COUNTRY
CIVIL SOCIETY
LOW COUNTRIES
ETHNIC GROUPS
DIFFERENT ETHNIC GROUPS
STRUGGLE
CLASS STRUGGLE
ETHNIC BACKGROUNDS
INDIVIDUALS
SOCIAL GROUPS
GROUPS
NOBILITY
COMMONERS
DEVELOPING NATIONS
SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS
HUMAN SOCIETY
CONFLICT THEORY
WOMEN
GENDER ROLES
CLASS
SZLACHTA
SLAVERY
GENDERS
EUROPE
ELITES
OCCUPATIONS
PEOPLE
COMMUNISM
SOCIAL SYSTEM
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Definitions

  1. Social classes are the hierarchical arrangements of people in society as economic or cultural groups.
  2. The social classes were divided in the same way as in Ghana. (Web site)
  3. These two social classes were hereditary, based on one's ancestry.

Social Philosophy

  1. Polylogism is a social philosophy according to which persons of different races, social classes or time periods use different kinds of logic.

Social Positions

  1. Social classes and class conflict are present wherever authority is distributed unequally over social positions.

Traditional Social Structure

  1. For a description of the traditional social structure see Social classes of Tibet. (Web site)

Four Social Classes

  1. The story begins with Manu himself detailing the creation of the world and the society within it, structured around four social classes.

Lower Social Classes

  1. He said that people from lower social classes tend to drink and smoke more, exercise less and have poorer diets than those in higher social classes.

Regions

  1. A second such meeting attracted 30,000 people from all social classes and from all regions to the Hambacher celebration.

Matter

  1. In 1992 the definition and function of social classes in Indonesia, however, was a matter of considerable controversy. (Web site)

Man

  1. Historically, the word "fellow" was also used to describe a man, particularly by those in the upper social classes.

Theory

  1. In theory, a "Volk" community united all social classes and regions of Germany behind Hitler. (Web site)

Attempting

  1. He was attempting to explain the differential crime rate between the lower and higher social classes. (Web site)

Wealth

  1. In Athens, the population was divided into four social classes based on wealth.

Examination

  1. The roles of social classes, movements, and institutions in shaping the political process; examination of political behavior and attitudes. (Web site)
  2. An examination of contemporary urban social classes and political coalitions, and how these are changing with shifting regional economies.

Patterns

  1. But the fundamental scheme of all these patterns is important; namely, the relations between the great groups known as social classes. (Web site)

Farmers

  1. Guy Marchant was famous for creating images of all social classes, including chambermaids and matrons, merchants and farmers, priests and lawyers.

Income

  1. Most commonly people assigned to social classes on the basis of income, occupation, or education (or some combination of these characteristics).

Power

  1. Social classes with more power usually subordinate classes with less power, while attempting to cement their own power positions in society.

Means

  1. The society that results is made up of social classes, with one class dominant at a given time based on the control of the means of production.
  2. This means that we are explaining why production results in a aggregate surplus and why it gets distributed between social classes under capitalism.

Small Country

  1. Although Lebanon is a small country the differences between the social classes is huge.

Civil Society

  1. Discussion of civil society, like the state, needs to specify the social contours of social classes and the boundaries imposed by the privileged class. (Web site)

Low Countries

  1. In England, the Low Countries, northern Germany, Poland and Scandinavia, beer was consumed on a daily basis by people of all social classes and age groups.

Ethnic Groups

  1. Wedding traditions and customs vary greatly between cultures, ethnic groups, religions, countries, and social classes.
  2. Examines relations of power and production between social classes and ethnic groups, as well as ideologies and intellectual movements.

Different Ethnic Groups

  1. But with increasing urbanization, towns are expected to be the scene of increased interaction among different ethnic groups and social classes. (Web site)

Struggle

  1. The Dialectical and Materialist concept of history — Humankind's history is fundamentally that of the struggle between social classes.
  2. Libertarian Socialists see humankind divided in a struggle between different social classes: the property-owning class, and the working class. (Web site)

Class Struggle

  1. Thus, anarchism is based on classism, which recognizes the class struggle and the need for paths that the end of social classes. (Web site)

Ethnic Backgrounds

  1. The common languages of Penang, depending on social classes, social circles, and ethnic backgrounds are English, Mandarin, Malay, Penang Hokkien and Tamil. (Web site)

Individuals

  1. Language Joyce has an infallible ear for the tones of voice and rhythms of speech which distinguish individuals as well as social classes.

Social Groups

  1. Bullying can exist between social groups, social classes and even between countries (see Jingoism).

Groups

  1. Inequality arising from the power and control of resources by certain individuals, groups, and social classes in society.
  2. The change in the shares of net income between social classes and groups. (Web site)

Nobility

  1. The society traditionally was divided into two social classes; the macehualli (people) or peasantry and the pilli or nobility.
  2. Many weddings were more a matter of politics than love, particularly among the nobility and the higher social classes. (Web site)
  3. This eventually created a significant rift between the lower social classes and the nobility in the Lithuanian and Ruthenian areas of the Commonwealth. (Web site)

Commoners

  1. The Rigvedic peoples originally had only two social classes: nobles and commoners. (Web site)

Developing Nations

  1. Some consideration is also devoted to social classes in other societies, including developing nations.

Social Relationships

  1. Sociology concerns itself with the behavior of humans in groups: with social relationships, social classes, social movements, and organizations.

Human Society

  1. According to Marxists, human society consists of a number of social classes, which are differentiated by their relationship to the means of production. (Web site)

Conflict Theory

  1. Conflict Theory is backed by four basic principles to why conflict occurs between social classes.

Women

  1. Unfortunately, the workers who remained in poverty and most social classes of women in Great Britain did not benefit.

Gender Roles

  1. Social classes and gender roles are touched upon. (Web site)

Class

  1. Where social classes do exist, the factors that determine class vary widely from one society to another. (Web site)

Szlachta

  1. This unique system stemmed from the victories of the szlachta (noble) class over other social classes and over the political system of monarchy. (Web site)

Slavery

  1. Included are slavery, Roman nomenclature, government, clothing, social classes, Roman baths, gladiator games, chariot racing, and more. (Web site)

Genders

  1. It is not between nations or cultures or tribes or religions or social classes or political ideas or genders.

Europe

  1. While similar conflicts among social classes may be found all over Europe, nowhere were the nobility as dominant as in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. (Web site)

Elites

  1. Social classes with a great deal of power are usually viewed as elites, at least within their own societies.

Occupations

  1. The French resistance involved men and women of all ages, social classes, occupations, religions and political movements. (Web site)

People

  1. Since the news of his speech at Clermont spread through the west, people from all social classes and occupations joined the Crusade.
  2. The sangha consists of people of different castes, social classes, genders, racial and ethnic backgrounds, habits, and values. (Web site)
  3. While people of all races and social classes can have panic disorder, there appear to be cultural differences in how individual symptoms are expressed.

Communism

  1. The theory is mostly applied to explain conflict between social classes in ideologies such as socialism and communism.
  2. Communism is a type of socialism that says that there should not be social classes or states. (Web site)
  3. Furthermore, the abolition of social classes and the establishment of a classless society is the ultimate goal of both communism and anarchism.

Social System

  1. As a social system, communism would be a type of egalitarian society with no state, no private property and no social classes.
  2. Communism, as a social system, involves the abolition of the state (along with the abolition of private property and social classes).

Categories

  1. Society > Social Sciences > Sociology > Social Stratification
  2. Social System
  3. Castes
  4. Class Struggle
  5. Economics > Labor > Employment > Occupations

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