ISS_215_Reading_Review - Chapter 1 A Karl Marx 1 Communist...

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Chapter 1 A. Karl Marx 1. Communist Manifesto 2. Bourgeoisie 3. Proletariat 4. Mode of Production 5. Mode of Production and superstructure 6. Feudalism 7. Capitalism B. Max Weber 1. Class 2. Status C. Ten Variables 1. Occupation 2. Wealth 3. Income 4. Poverty 5. Prestige 6. Association 7. Socialization 8. Social Mobility 9. Power 10. Class Consciousness D. American Class Structure 1. Capitalist Class =1% 2. Upper Middle Class = 14% 3. Middle Class = 30% 4. Working Class = 30% 5. Working Poor = 13% 6. Underclass = 12% Chapter 2 Position and Prestige Outline A. W.L Warner 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 1. Upper Americans - Upper - Upper (old elite) - Lower Upper (Top professionals) - Upper Middle (Middle professionals) 1. Middle Americans - Middle Class (Managers, Small business, teachers) - Working Class (Blue collar, Clerical, Secretaries) 1. Lower Americans - Semi-poor (unskilled workers) - The bottom (unemployed, welfare) C. National opinion - Physicians - Lawyer D. Duncan’s Socioeconomic Index for Occupations

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