Class Divisions in the 1930s
by Sam and Phillip
What is a Class Division?
observed" is proven because lower class people can't afford good health care. (Mukherjee, Subrata, Slim Haddad, and Delampady Narayana)
True or False?
2. Class division is separated only by age. (F)
3. Middle class is middle of both high and low classes. (T)
Works Cited and Summaries
This piece of evidence supports our topic- 1930s south class divisions- by stating that the social class, and lower class, middle class, and high class are different in the “pyramid” of classification. it shows how different the classes are and how certain classes overlap the other one or overpower one another.
Roberts, Ken, and Gary Pollock. "New Class Divisions In The New Market Economies: Evidence From The Careers Of Young Adults In Post-Soviet Armenia, Azerbaijan And Georgia." Journal Of Youth Studies 12.5 (2009): 579-596. Academic Search Complete. Web. 9 Apr. 2013.
2. In this piece of evidence, it shows how expensive health care is for the different classes. Some classes couldn’t afford health care like the lower classes, but the higher classes could afford really good health care compared to nothing.
Mukherjee, Subrata, Slim Haddad, and Delampady Narayana. "Social Class Related Inequalities In Household Health Expenditure And Economic Burden: Evidence From Kerala, South India." International Journal For Equity In Health 10.1 (2011): 1-13. Academic Search Complete. Web. 9 Apr. 2013.
3. Evidence number three shows how the education differs between class ranges. For the lower class, they get a different type of education because of how wealthy they are and their location. And so on for the other classes. It depends on location(nice neighborhoods) and how wealthy the family is(rich or poor).
Evans, Judith Lewis. "Learning To Classify By Color And By Class: A Study Of Concept Discovery Within Colombia, South America." Journal Of Social Psychology 97.1 (1975): 3. Academic Search Complete. Web. 9 Apr. 2013.
4. States how every class has a different standard of living. One class can have really high maintenance, high political sororities, and a lot of money. Another class may have not a lot of money, low expectations, and a “so-so” education.
Shultz, Benjamin J. "Emerging Patterns Of Growth And Change In The Southeast." Southeastern Geographer 51.4 (2011): 550-563. Academic Search Complete. Web. 9 Apr. 2013.
5. Says that all economic and social issues come from class divisions. Class divisions were impacted because lower class whites were likely to feel threatened by black advances.
Brewer, Mark D., and Jeffrey M. Stonecash. "Class, Race Issues, And Declining White Support For The Democratic Party In The South." Political Behavior 23.2 (2001): 131-155. Academic Search Complete. Web. 9 Apr. 2013.