An Anatomy of the Classes

An Anatomy of the Classes - Professionals i.e.; Surgeons,...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/26/11 An Anatomy of the Classes Paul Fussell Interpreted by Katie Mundinger
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5/26/11 Class = STATUS Social Prestige PARTY Political Power MONEY Amount and Leverage Caste: Class lines are rigid and it’s difficult to change which class you were born into.
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5/26/11 Different Classes Top Out-of-Sight, Upper, Upper Middle Middle, High Proletarian, Middle-Prole, Low-Prole Destitute, Bottom Out-of-Sight
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5/26/11 Top Out-of-Sight Billionaires Discrete, hidden, stay away from the media Inherit most of their wealth, don’t work
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5/26/11 Upper Class Millionaires, inherited wealth Don’t have to work High standards Very showy and visible to media
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5/26/11 Upper-Middle Class
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Unformatted text preview: Professionals i.e.; Surgeons, Lawyers Have too much social couth to be middle class 5/26/11 Middle Class Majority of Americans Bigger range of people Educated 5/26/11 High Proletarian Skilled, manual laborers Educated What are some other jobs that would go in this category? 5/26/11 Middle Proletarian Unskilled, manual laborers Less educated 5/26/11 Low Proletarian Non-skilled worker of a lower level Usually uneducated 5/26/11 Destitute Non-working poor Someone out of a job Possibly looking for work 5/26/11 Bottom Out-of-Sight Street people, lowest in society Out-of-Sight because they have no impact or voice...
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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 University.

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