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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Especially in a sport that actually dares to walk the tightrope of social division.
Launching the Social Exclusion Unit, Mr Blair said: "Our national purpose is to tackle social division and inequality.
It is a revolt against the self-serving lethargy of the Tory years, when we were taught social division was something we had to put up with, like the weather.
Each of the six, hour long episodes will explore a single fundamental force or topic: freedom, peace, love, social division, power and rebellion.
Writer, director and producer Scott Cooper's previous films such as Black Mass and Out of the Furnace have similarly explored US economic and social division.
Among their topics are agricultural commitment in the Grasshopper Region, pots and the stories they tell: whole vessel assemblages as strong analytic cases, inferring identity and social division in a multi-ethnic historical cemetery: the Alameda-Stone Cemetery in Tucson, strong cases and the historical record: the case of portable radios with subminiature tubes, and strong methods in all cases.
In his resignation letter, Mr Milburn, who grew up in Tow Law, County Durham, said the Government is too busy dealing with Brexit to "have the necessary bandwidth to ensure the rhetoric of healing social division is matched with the reality".
He said the UK government's preoccupation with Brexit meant it "does not have the necessary bandwidth to ensure the rhetoric of healing social division is matched with the reality.
It's disappointing at least that the Government hasn't got its shoulder to the wheel in the way it should to deal with these structural issues that lead to social division and political alienation in the country.
In his resignation letter, Milburn said the preoccupation with Brexit meant the government "does not have the necessary bandwidth to ensure the rhetoric of healing social division is matched with the reality".
While Erdogan may have succeeded in the constitutional referendum, the slim victory margin reflects a deeper social division which will continue.
In a place like Red Dirt, football is life, and the athletic hierarchy it establishes highlights the major social division that is present in many school environments.