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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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001), children from the lower socioeconomic class having a higher prevalence of behavioural problems than those from the higher socio-economic class.
The nutritional status of older persons assessed by the Body Mass Index (BMI) Nutritional BMI High socio-economic Class Status Males (%) Females (%) Acute -16 0 0 Moderate 16-16.
A special concern addressed by the writers stresses the importance of avoiding the marginalization of racially minoritized students, women, and students from diverse sexual and socio-economic class backgrounds.
Profile of the Mexican Internet User Sex Women 30% Men 70% Age 13-17 8% 18-24 30% 25-34 37% 35-44 16% 45 + 9% Socio-economic class [*] A/B 47% C+/C 40% D+/D/E 13% Marital Status Married 36% Single 58% Other 6% (*)For definitions of socio-economic classifications, see "Cashing in," p.
If everyone has the right to pursue his or her own material self-interests, and if some persons are better able to do this than others due in part to their family or national orig in, socio-economic class, and so forth, then it follows that some disadvantaged groups will be marginalized in the human struggle for increased wealth, security, and power.
Commercial surrogacy exploits socio-economic class differences," argues Whiteford, "using financial need and emotional need as currency.
Eating disorders (EDs) affect at least 11 million people in the United States each year and spread across age, race, ethnicity and socio-economic class.
These new findings add to a growing body of scholarship at UC Berkeley on socio-economic class -- defined by both household income and education -- and social behavior.
Neil Kinghan, director general of the Equality and Human Rights Commission, said: "The value of this report is how it pinpoints the combinations of circumstance that create the most acute instances of disadvantage: that as well as socio-economic class, race, gender, disability and other factors still matter very deeply.
3 per cent in individuals from low socio-economic class, the difference was statistically significant (p<0.
AUB and the Hariri family have a long and very proud history together, and we both understand the importance of providing education to students regardless of their socio-economic class," the statement quoted AUB president Peter Dorman as saying.
After all cadets have drawn a socio-economic class, they next get with their respective family members and adopt family roles.

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