"Examination of differences in power, privilege, and prestige. Analysis of the effects of social inequality on people's lives within the United States and an overview of the complex array of social structures that comprise international systems of inequality by race/ethnicity, gender, and social class."
-MSSU catalog entry, Fall 2011
5 personal essays commissioned by The Times as part of the Class Matters series.
About the series:
A team of reporters spent more than a year exploring ways that class - defined as a combination of income, education, wealth and occupation - influences destiny in a society that likes to think of itself as a land of unbounded opportunity.
by Emily Giunta and Charles Stephens for Soc 101
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Photos courtesy of Forbes, People Magazine, Time Magazine and Google Image.
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