Social structure and the pecking order
Social structure is often divided into three strata, upper class, middle class and working class. Otherwise known as the rich, the middle income group and the poor. These different classes are often sub-divided. The rich can be aristocrats, those who inherited wealth or the capitalists who invest and have great wealth and power.
28, January 2013 | Categories: psychology | Tags: middle class, pecking order, social elitism, social exclusion, upper class, working class | 1 Comment
Cameron’s Broken Britain…
David Cameron pledged his government would “turn around the lives of the 120,000 most troubled families” by the next election as he said his broken society analysis is “back at the top of my political agenda.”
“I’m not satisfied that we’re doing all we can. I want us to look at toughening up the conditions for those who are out of work and receiving benefits … and speeding up our efforts to get all those who can work back to work.”
Typical Tory, get tough on the poorest in society. I have seen people who are mentally ill refused benefits that they are entitled to. Is that fair? Is it right that the medical examinations should be done by a foreign company? (more…)
23, August 2011 | Categories: Ramblings | Tags: a general lack of opportunity for the majority, bankers, consultants, crap television, Dale Winton, dodgy politicians, East Enders, human resources, mobile phones, out-sourcing, poor education, social exclusion, speed humps and cameras, the sun newspaper | 2 Comments