What part does one's social class play as to whether one develops a positive, proactive,
engaged, and joyful attitude towards life or a negative, passive, fatalistic, and victim attitude towards life? How does one's social class determine the quality of physical and mental health in addition to a specific quality of life?
This is more a matter of one's upbringing, whether taught it is in your hands to improve your life (and thus you can improve it through your own choices) or whether you are a victim of society (and thus unable to change, because changing society is infinitely harder than changing yourself).
by home witch3 years ago
Do you think a person's social class matters?If so why, and if not, why not?
by johnsams4 years ago
What are your views on anarchism and social class war?Different people have different point of views, I would like to know what you guys think on this subject.
by Grace Marguerite Williams6 years ago
The poor, middle class, and upper class are different. However, poorer people are often more passive and fatalistic towards life than either the middle and/or upper classes. Poorer people teach...
by Grace Marguerite Williams2 years ago
How is one's social class related to specific levels of hierarchical human needs?
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