One starting point for teaching about social class
is with a definition of the term.
The relationship between the social class
and the prevalence of CMV in our study is shown in Table VI.
Like many other concepts in the sociological literature, social class
is easier to discuss than to define.
The most worrying thing about his comments are that the terms working class and higher social class
are still in use.
Participants' education, income and social class
were all taken into account and, unlike in previous studies, a clear distinction was drawn between social class
and social status.
In this way, emigration has different outcomes depending on the different social class
the individual belongs to.
In a related theme Crouch berates several of today's novelists who confine themselves to writing about the narrow experiences of persons of their own social class
Nearly one in three of those in social class
DE spent double the time of those from groups A and B examining information.
Scientists have discovered a dramatic and unexplained association between the rate at which people age and the social class
they belong to.
Scientists discovered a dramatic and unexplained association between the rate at which people age and the social class
they belong to.
She's also a leader for a weekly social class
at the center that includes going out to lunch and has guest speakers.
Hill (2002) examined the socialization of African American parents of differing social class
statuses and found that among low SES Black parents, females were frequently socialized to be strong, independent and capable, messages that were not as clearly communicated to males in single parent, female-headed households.