An Anatomy of the Classes Interpretation

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Katie Mundinger COM 101 - “An Anatomy of the Classes” Interpretation There are a number of ways communication can differ between people. Depending on culture, belief, age, and class, humans always manage to miscommunicate with one another. One difference in people that directly affects communication is class. Depending on which class of humans we come from, we have different ways of life, and different ways of thinking, which can sometimes cause issues. In Fussell’s “An Anatomy of the Classes” he states the different classes of American life and makes a major point that they’re not only defined by how much money one has, but also status and political strength. These differences are the reasons that good communication isn’t always easy. Fussell begins this chapter by discussing major differences in classes. He makes the point that all work is divided into either safe or dangerous. High-class people don’t have to deal with the everyday risks that lower class workers have to
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This note was uploaded on 05/26/2011 for the course COM 101 taught by Professor Welker during the Winter '08 term at Grand Valley State.

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