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Unformatted text preview: Physical harms: The two class society consists of the working class (lower class), who has to work in order to earn a living and the capitalist class (upper class) who has sufficient wealth in which to live. As part of physical harmfulness, the working class people have more impact than the capitalist class, especially affecting the adults of a working class people. As in the students have to work along with their study in order to get their allowance and helping out their parents. They have to struggle balancing work and study, such that they don’t get enough time to study. Stress is another aspect of physical harm. Some students with their schooling and work cannot handle both simultaneously. Stress can overtax their ability to adjust, affect our moods, thoughts, and mentality, impairing our ability to feel pleasure in life. When harm is felt by someone in the working class, it affects their motivation to earn a living for their family as well as affects their ability to improve their status in society. Often times earn a living for their family as well as affects their ability to improve their status in society....
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This note was uploaded on 12/06/2010 for the course GROUP COMM 2440 taught by Professor Backer during the Spring '10 term at Kean.
- Spring '10