A questionnaire on social classes and sub-cultures.
By Alex Jarrett for Access to higher education: General studies.
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Elite: This is the most privileged class in Great Britain who have high levels of all three capitals. Their high amount of economic capital sets them apart from everyone else.
Established Middle Class: Members of this class have high levels of all three capitals although not as high as the Elite. They are a gregarious and culturally engaged class.
Technical Middle Class: This is a new, small class with high economic capital but seem less culturally engaged. They have relatively few social contacts and so are less socially engaged.
New Affluent Workers: This class has medium levels of economic capital and higher levels of cultural and social capital. They are a young and active group.
Emergent Service Workers: This new class has low economic capital but has high levels of 'emerging' cultural capital and high social capital. This group are young and often found in urban areas.
Traditional Working Class: This class scores low on all forms of the three capitals although they are not the poorest group. The average age of this class is older than the others.
Precariat: This is the most deprived class of all with low levels of economic, cultural and social capital. The everyday lives of members of this class are precarious.
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Enter what you did after high school/secondary school.
enter How you and your friends responded to school rules and discipline.
enter what you thought of the school rules/disciplines
Enter why you were happy/unhappy with the school rules.
Enter if you resisted school culture and if you did, what form of resistance you took.
Label and describe the different sub-cultures in your school
Enter which sub-culture you believe was closest to your own.
Accept the rules, rebel against the rules/school, attempt to stay out of trouble, etc..
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