Images of class in Australian society : structure, ideology and social consciousness
Investigations of class imagery reveal a fundamental concern with the way 'facts' of inequality and social differentiation are transformed in social consciousness and expressed in attitudes and actions. In this, a pervasive assumption is that individual consciousness is influenced directly and determinately by objective social conditions and experiences and, as a consequence, that images of class reflect these more enduring features of social life. The present investigation provides...[Show more]
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