social class

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social class

a grouping of people with similar values, interests, income, education, and occupations.

social class

1. Social standing or position. Synonym: socioeconomic status
2. A group of people with shared culture, privilege, or position.
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Clearly if the rise of systematic gendered inequality is associated with the rise of class society, this is the place to begin.
Unless the alienated logic of the class society was challenged we would be left not only with class elitism, but also with a system built upon hierarchy and control from above.
The series manages to capture the conflicts within middle class society and how extremism is able to seep into everyday life through upbringing or bad institutions," television critic Ola Shafei told AFP.
As a result, we come across cases where the domestic helps and drivers are to travel a long distance to cater to the needs of this upper class society.
7-1 certified via Lloyd's class society and are classified NORSOK Z-015 for use in non-hazardous zone.
During the Big Brother show of Shilpa Shetty, I couldn't help but smirk at the Indian community's cries against white 'racism': here is a North Indian, fair-skinned woman (according to Indian standards) from an upper class society crying "racism" at Jane Goody.
He said job cuts are creating inequalities and a class society in Japan.
Knight Frank was founded in London more than a century ago and is famous for advising the owners and users of land and property within the capital's upper class society.
This is a portrait of middle class society broken down after an unexplained apocalypse.
Curragh trainer Mick Halford recorded a double at the opening evening meeting of the year on Monday night when Ballymote added to the earlier maiden hurdle victory of Class Society by making all in the six-furlong handicap, writes Alan Magee.
Political leaders have traditionally become annoyed when someone dared to suggest that we live in a class society, dominated by the moneyed interests.
As should be apparent, Kubrick's class society is also highly gendered-sexist--but then so was Marx's.