ISS 215 Gilbert Review 1 - Chapter One Social Class in...

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Chapter One Social Class in AmericaA.Karl Marx1.Communist Manifesto2.Bourgeoisie3.Proletariat4.Mode of Production5.Mode of Production and Superstructure6.Feudalism7.CapitalismB. Max Weber1. Class2. StatusC. Ten Variables1. Occupation2. Wealth3. Income4. Poverty5. Prestige6. Association7. Socialization8. Social Mobility 9. Power10. Class ConsciousnessD. American Class Structure1. CAPITALIST CLASS =1%2. UPPER-MIDDLE CLASS = 14%3. MIDDLE CLASS = 30 %4. WORKING CLASS = 30%5. WORKING POOR = 13%6. UNDERCLASS = 12%CHAPTER TWOPOSITION AND PRESTIGE
OUTLINE°A. W.L. WARNER°B. COLEMAN AND RAINWATER°C. NATIONAL OPINION°D. DUNCAN’S MODEL°E. SEVENA. W. Lloyd Warner's: Yankee City°1.UPPER-UPPER=1.4%°2.LOWER UPPER=1.6%°3.UPPER MIDDLE=10.2%°4.LOWER MIDDLE=28.1%°5.UPPER LOWER=32.6%°6.LOWER-LOWER=25.2%B. Coleman and Rainwater (1990): Class Structure of the Metropolis1. UPPER AMERICANSUPPER – UPPER (old elites)LOWER UPPER (Top professionals)UPPER MIDDLE (Middle Professional)

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