Social-class sentence example

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  • If one social class appears predominant, then other classes, particularly those below, may be resentful and critical of their efforts.

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  • Traditional measures of social class tend to underplay the extent to which smoking has become concentrated in the poorest sections of society.

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  • There were enormous economic shifts that paralleled advancements in manufacturing and the creation of a new social class.

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  • During the later Middle Ages, laws were enforced that regulated what each social class could or could not wear.

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  • While the wealthy folks exchanged their gifts on or before Christmas Day, the day after was reserved for those less fortunate or lower on the social class ladder.

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  • The choreography of African movement often provides a visual of community life, and for this reason, many dances are divided by sex and social class.

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  • Named one of the top 100 shows of all time by Time Magazine, the Gilmore Girls explored family relationships, social class structure, independence, romance and the importance of friendship.

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  • The preaching of all this generous philosophy, not only in France, but throughout the whole of Europe, would have been in vain had there not existed at the time a social class interested in these great changes, and capable of compassing them.

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  • There is a steep social class gradient in deaths from suicide.

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  • It means that voting behavior is associated with orientation toward social sues more strongly than is social class self-identification.

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  • The collision of respectable social class mixed with adolescent angst gives the "soft punk" look that emo makeup is becoming famous for.

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  • Studies of the interactions between examiners and test subjects have found that the race, sex, and social class of both participants influence both the stories that are told and the way the stories are interpreted by the examiner.

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