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A social class is a set of concepts in the social sciences and political theory centered on models of social stratification which occurs in class society , in which people are grouped into a set of hierarchical social categories,  the most common being the upper , middle and lower classes. While there is not one agreed-upon way to categorize social classes, most sociologist believe that a persons membership in one can be dependent on many factors including, but not limited to: education, wealth, occupation, income, and belonging to a particular subculture or social network. However, there is not a consensus on a definition of "class" and the term has a wide range of sometimes conflicting meanings.
- Emergence of social class in caste oriented Punjabi rural community: a trend analysis
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- Class and Caste System of Society
Emergence of social class in caste oriented Punjabi rural community: a trend analysis
Mainstream sociology of caste owing allegiance to Weber reifies the contrast between caste as status and class. In Weber, caste is part of global-historical enquiry. In mainstream sociology, caste is uniquely Indian. Similarly, historical, cross-cultural comparative study will liberate caste from the myth of Indian exceptionalism. Keywords: class , status , caste , religion , political economy.
It is hard to do justice to a book of over six hundred pages of meticulous scholarship. And, in contrast to slavery, it is based on consensus, not coercion. According to Cox, there is no dynamic of change within a caste system deriving from discontent of subordinated castes, sub-castes, or unscheduled groups; the dynamic of caste is reproductive of the system of caste and it is exogenous factors that create the likelihood of change. It is for precisely these reasons that Cox believes the application of the language of caste to race relations in the USA was misconceived. For Cox, the racialized system of the US was precisely the product of the intersection of class relations and democracy; the values inherent in democracy could not be expected to disrupt racialized hierarchy since they were integral to its constitution. The puzzle to explain is how a system based on a principle of equality can create racialized hierarchy and it is no solution to this puzzle to have recourse to caste — a coherent system based on the principle of inequality.
The purpose of this study is to focus on changes in stratification structures in a rural community of the Punjab, Pakistan. The village was previously studied by Eglar suggesting strong caste structure. Keeping her study as a base, the authors attempt to measure structural changes that have occurred from the s through Data were drawn from a probability sample survey which was conducted in the village. Systematic sampling technique was used for selection of the respondents.
When we look around the world and through history, we see different types of stratification systems. These systems vary on their degree of vertical mobility , or the chances of rising up or falling down the stratification ladder. In some so-called closed societies, an individual has virtually no chance of moving up or down. Open societies have more vertical mobility, as some people, and perhaps many people, can move up or even down. That said, a key question is how much vertical mobility really exists in these societies.
The point that is sought to be made is that class in the Marxian sense is an and adopting the ways of castes as by sociologists like Bhupendra Nath. Datta.
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A caste is a social category whose members are assigned a permanent status within a given social hierarchy and whose contacts are restricted accordingly. It is the most rigid and clearly graded type of social stratification. It has also often been referred to as the extreme form of closed class system.
Class and Caste System of Society
Caste, class, race, ethnicity, and gender are some of the pertinent categories of social hierarchy and differentiation in many societies. Backward Class Movement. The class systems are based on individual achievement, and social mobility is the foundation of the class system. Despite the centrality of caste in Indian sociology, and debates on whether class rather than caste ought to be the determining factor with regard to social disadvantage, few research studies have empirically analysed the relationship between caste and class, particularly at the national level McMillan, ; Kumar et al, a, 2. Discuss the ways that strengthened the institution of caste in India under colonial rule.
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