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ID number:615783
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Published: 10.02.2010.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
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Social class refers to the hierarchical distinctions (or stratification) between individuals or groups in societies or cultures. Usually most societies have some notion of social class, but concretely defined social classes are not found in every known type of human societies.
Sociologist Dennis Wrong defines class in two ways - realist and nominalist.
The realist definition relies on clear class boundaries to which people adhere in order to create social groupings. They identify themselves with a particular class and interact mainly with people in this class.
The nominalist definition of class focuses on the characteristics that people share in a given class - education, occupation, etc. Class is therefore determined not by the group in which you place yourself or the people you interact with, but rather by these common characteristics.
Social class hierarchical structure
Upper classes,
Middle classes,
Working Classes. …

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