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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Such changes in the social division of care clearly reflect deeper processes of social and economic change.
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When there is very deep social division in the country, progressive taxation must be introduced.
After opening with a quote from miners' strike leader Arthur Scargill, V explored issues of class and social division in Britain at the time.
Under the social division, the Group is responsible for improving the living standards of the rural community by providing requisite infrastructure for the development of agricultural activities, and the implementation of various programmes for the development of entrepreneurs in rural areas.
At these times of social division and even hatred, it was a delight to see such camaraderie among opposing fans.
They also rejected sectarian campaigns aiming to fuel sectarian feelings in the different social institutions of the kingdom, including worship houses, schools and universities, stressing the need to cast off dissension, conflicts, hatred and jealousy so as to safeguard the kingdom from social division and discord.
Regent Cup third round: Bird in Hand 1 Kelma 0, New Dock pp Future Windsor Perch Rock pp Beechwood Social Division One: Manor Athletic 2 AC Brookley 1, Parkfield BA 4 Admiral 2, Black Horse Borough pp New Ferry AFC, Upton Villa 3 Universal Windows 3.
Expats will be scattered around the teams, including New Jersey's Open division favourites Bayonne Bombers, whose chairman is Galwegian George Delaney while the only outright Irish club is the Yonkers-based Lansdowne, live contenders - you might be shocked - in the Social division.
Three million unemployed, the Poll Tax, devaluing the pound, rocketing interest rates and a country torn apart by social division.
Swinney, speaking to community groups in Glasgow, claimed Labour had failed to tackle poverty and social division north of the Border.
The tournament also includes a social division, for adult players interested in less competitive play.