Younger Americans may be less likely to identify as middle class because they are more likely to be in school, are less likely to own a home and have lower incomes -- with the last of these highly related to social class
Class mobility refers most often to upward class mobility: One's ability to move from a lower social class
group to a higher social class
group (Staton et al.
Interview in Urdu with a female high scorer from high social class
studying at the government college in Lahore]
Because it relates to self-perception, perceived social class
must be assessed differently than SES.
Another strength of Armstrong and Hamilton's book is the way in which it adds complexity to the study of social class
in higher education.
On naked eye examination fecolith was present in 20 (50%) patients of high social class
and 9 (22.
is the most powerful variable in this study as it influences almost every other factor of interest.
In the present study, therefore, we sought to examine assessment of overall intelligence as a function of sex and social class
Headteachers and teachers to be given training on social class
Teaching about social class
holds special significance for students who will work in the fields of education and human services.
The book's first section considers conceptions of social class
The notion of social class
and inequality evokes memories of government programs to remediate inequality, spanning FDR's New Deal to the declared "war on poverty" by LBJ.