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(used of society) socially hierarchical

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However, for a better understanding of working-class studies and the emotional turn, as well as for a better understanding of the shift that took place in class consciousness in 1903, it is necessary to summarize how the working class and class consciousness have been understood by the social sciences, and what the fundamental features of the "Red Socialist emotional regime" actually were.
Pehl's primary wager, and I think it pays off, is to explore the shared class consciousness of workers across three quite different communities in Detroit that might be treated separately by other authors: Roman Catholics, who were largely European immigrants; African American Protestants, many of whom migrated to Detroit from the South; and white evangelical Protestants who also migrated from the South (especially in and after the 1930s).
Jameson F (2004 [1988]) History and class consciousness as an "unfinished project".
The author challenges the idea that republicanism, whiteness, and class consciousness primarily motivated the city's journeymen to act in labor unions and party politics.
In his first book for young adults, Bacigalupi, an award-winning novelist, has created a dystopia where loyalty, integrity, and warmth seem to be slipping away, but class consciousness is still prevalent.
The individualizing and totalizing effects of discipline have rendered humans incapable of developing class consciousness.
Discussions of the case now involve the role of media manipulation, class consciousness, xenophobia, the clash of nations, and the competence of foreign policemen.
While the play demonstrates the simultaneity of oppression, the discourses utilized to name and counter those oppressions do not always converge; more specifically, the discourses of feminist consciousness and class consciousness both merge and diverge, coming together and conflicting in the text in both thematic and structural ways.
142) The assumption here is two-told: first, liberal democracy is tacitly seen as democracy, a viable vehicle for citizens to achieve "genuine democracy;" and second, the corporate sector has usurped or come to dominate government by means of its economic power, cohesiveness, and class consciousness.
Kazin, himself a man of the left, would presumably agree that one does not follow Bryan's example by tearing his economic policies out of their broader cultural context or fomenting class consciousness or hatred of corporations as a matter of pocketbook self-interest rather than communal values.
Since it affects a lot of woman, class consciousness impacts lifestyles and choices of the stores they shop in, the times they shop, and brands they buy or sidestep.
Traditionally, the committed critic has searched, usually in vain, for the class consciousness that would signify a politically mature working class writing.
Their focuses are on the early Lukacs of History and Class Consciousness where he explicitly formulates his theory against the Kantian concept of reflection.
Said references Lukacs's History and Class Consciousness (1923) in this discussion of alienation, objectification and use-values.
Before I had a class consciousness, I felt really connected to queer communities.