class identity

class identity

(usually) a SOCIAL ACTOR's subjective conception of class location (see SUBJECTIVE AND OBJECTIVE CLASS).
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"Some people have begun to equate support for Europe with class identity - I don't think that's right or helpful," he said.
"Some people have begun to equate support for Europe with class identity, I don't think that's right or helpful."
This book brings together 26 stories of undergraduate and graduate students, university administrators, and faculty from poor and working-class backgrounds to illustrate their lived experiences of social class identity in the setting of higher education in the US, along with thematic analysis of the stories to highlight similarities and differences in their experiences.
And it was here, in the midst of a religiously diverse industrial city, that Pehl explores the ways that working people forged new relationships between their religious faith (Christianity in this case) and their class identity.
Instead, class identity has sought to base itself on relationality, and this has undermined the old classical Marxist model: class relations today are formed and re-formed through a trajectory of positive and negative proxy identifications.
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 identity.
Instead, the reader is introduced to long lists of books circulated underground, school systems and education reform, class privilege and class identity, women's liberation and women's theater, life in the countryside and deaths in the city.
Among other insights, his work has revealed intriguing comparative findings on class identity and cultural reproduction of Malaysian Chinese of different socioeconomic strata.
"The novel toes the dangerous line between exploding worlds it purports to represent (that is, sexual, racial and class identity) and reinforcing the stereotypes of a world in which the academic, esoteric--and ultimately, white--reign....
As a young man I had a clearer sense of class identity, but I am less sure of it now.
We are bombarded with daily images and rhetoric of "benefit scroungers" or "white-van man", but this is merely to divide people and rob us of a class identity whose history is one that fought for women's votes, resisted fascism and built the welfare state - schools, education, pensions etc.
Chapter 2 explores the literary history of the romances, showing that romances could function as apt resources for exploring class identity from the gentry point of view.