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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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Citing studies, Cayetano said that 'homework reinforces inequalities in socio-economic classes in some countries.'
Socio economic status level-III (middle socio-economic class) was found in majority of the patients having age less than 30 years (64.5%) followed by patients having more than 46 years of age (52.7%).
The association was also determined between total burden score and socio-economic class, dialysis done in government or private facility and patient functional dependency.
It was observed that prevalence of dental caries was highest (100%) in socio-economic class V, whereas it was lowest (44%) amongst those who belong to socioeconomic class I and this difference was statistically significant.
Sampling: A descriptive, community based cross sectional survey was carried out in three different localities belonging to different socio-economic classes in three rural villages i.e.
Conclusion: The findings from the present results revealed the high prevalence of anxiety in female gender age group of 9-12 years (especially in males) and lower socio-economic class. These estimates about the prevalence of anxiety exhibit the clear image of morbidity of anxiety among children and adolescents and are beneficial in planning strategies to deal with anxiety problems.
Hot flushes, palpitation, and night sweats were more common in the high socio-economic class as compared to low socio-economic class.
Demographic data: Their demographic data (age, education, socio-economic class and parity) was collected using the questionnaire.
Mothers of 50 children from middle socio-economic class families attending preschools and mothers of 50 children from the same socio-economic class families not attending preschools were included in the study.
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.
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 behaviour.
Participants (who selfselected into their socio-economic class) were presented with a jar of individually wrapped candies.

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