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__________ believe society is meritocratic!
The embourgeoisement thesis is...
when the proletariat become the boss
when the bourgeoisie become the proletariat following their norms and values as their living standards decreased
when the jobs started to disappear so the companies advertised more jobs
when working class-families were following middle-class norms and values as their incomes and living standards improved
Routes into social mobility include:
Educational achievements e.g. a degree
Winning the lottery or having a big inheritance
Being a female
_________ ______________ is when social class is no longer linked to voting behaviour
Butler and Watt (2007) believed that social class doesn't matter as much in today's society because....
...class identities have become stronger over time
..class identities have weakened over time
...social class is made up
...social class is easy to move up and down from
The British Social Attitudes survey (2016)'s results suggests..
...that we are all products of society
...that no-one has a social class
...that people’s class identity is influenced by their family background and educational attainments
...that people's class is influenced by their schooling only
Economic changes such as the recession has..
made people aware of social class differences
made people aware of their role
make people aware of their wants in society
The _____________ Act was put in place to avoid age discrimination