The Meaning of Social Class and how It Interacts with Age, Gender and Race
What is social class? How, in your opinion and based on the materials, does childhood experience affect the social class of adults? How does social class interact with age, gender and race?
Each society is made up of social layers, usually called social classes, with each layer having a different degree of access to goods or status. In the Western societies, (where I was born) the social class of a given family is most often defined in terms of the income and education of the adults in that family.
In the United States, social classes are made up of three different social classes which are usually identified: middle-class, working-class, and poverty-level families. Members of each of these social layers tend to share certain values or styles of interaction, with the larger differences found between families living in poverty and those in higher social class groups. For children, like Lafayette and Pharaoh Rivers in the book, "There are No Children Here," who lived in Henry Horner Homes in a public housing complex, which is typical for very poor families. Those children, statistically will follow the same direction that their mother has walked. …
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