Of course educational status, income, and/or occupation are strong components of social class. However, there are often intangible components which denote a person's socioeconomic class. Do you agree or disagree with this? Let's begin the discussion?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
Which socioeconomic class is the MOST DRAINING, even PARASITIC to the rest of society? Why?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 years ago
WHICH socioeconomic class is THE MOST CORRUPT, even GREEDY? Why?
by Sun-Girl 9 years ago
Why do class matters in relationships, the rich chooses among their class.
by home witch 6 years ago
Do you think a person's social class matters?If so why, and if not, why not?
by Judy Razon 6 years ago
What does it mean to be cultured? Who are those we brand as cultured people?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 3 years ago
Is the issue of socioeconomic class a relative construct in America? What is considered to be the lower socioeconomic class? What is considered to be the middle socioeconomic class? What is considered to be the upper socioeconomic class? Most of all what do YOU...
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