Difference in Socioeconomic Status

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Difference in Socioeconomic Status 1 Difference in Socioeconomic Status The three social factors that most impact the scenario are the class, economic and social backgrounds the students identify with. The first factor is the students’ class. The student’s class affects where the students’ shop and live. For an example in this scenario six eight grade boys that came to the Valentine dance with expensive tuxedos on. The remaining students came with the plan attire on. The students that wore the expensive tuxedos to the dance have parents that are affluent in the community and they might be considered as an upper class family. The second factor is the students’ economic background. Students’ economic backgrounds also play a part in where the students shop. For example in this scenario the students have started a rumor that everyone is renting a tuxedo or a new formal dress for the next dance. The six boys will be arriving in a limousine with their dates. This rumor caused the less fortuned students to become upset and organize a
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2011 for the course AED 204 taught by Professor Tennial during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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