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How often do people change social classes? 

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There is good evidence for some classes as social entities—ruling classes and underclasses in some societies—but other classes in contemporary society are sometimes best thought of in terms of types, not social entities.

This chapter presents the premise that social class is a potent, robust, and distinct predictor of how people think and act in organizations.

A comparison with figures collected in 1961–2 shows a rise in the proportion of students drawn from social classes I and II which reflects a change in the composition of the working population.

Students and Social Class.
01 Jan 1987Studies in Higher Education      13 citations

By examining the memberships of the various status-giving groups, one finds that there are layers of people in Old City, which are spoken of as "social classes."

Despite these favourable conditions, differences still exist between social classes.