No Nonsense Guide to Class, Caste and Hierarchies

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Author : Jeremy Seabrook
Pages : 144
Edition : 2005

Gives the full picture of how class analysis emerged from earlier categorizations, how it affected and still affects people’s lives even today in our globalized world. Jeremy Seabrook argues that class most certainly exists even if some people believe it does not, just in the way that caste still operates in India-even though it is officially outlawed in the country. Hierarchies and rankings have been existent and they show no signs of disappearing yet. Those at the top have too much to lose. And this phenomenon of “class” exists everywhere even in countries like the U.S- and not just in select countries or societies.

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