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Extra Credit Assignment (I will post the relevant slides): 1.5 pt for each…Do as many as you want. D o a class analysis of yourself. Must be typed and handed in by the day of the exam.

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Extra credit assignment i will post the relevant slides 1 5 pt for each do as many as you want

Extra Credit Assignment (I will post the relevant slides): 1.5 pt for each…Do as many as you want

Do a class analysis of yourself. Must be typed and handed in by the day of the exam.

1. Relational: Use Erik Olin Wright’s method to determine the class you will be in once you start your future job. Be sure to explain your reasoning.

2. Gradational: Use Marger’s method to determine the class you will be in once you start your future job. Be sure to explain your reasoning.

Wage and Salary Data:

  • http://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes_nat.htm#31-0000


Neo marxists further divide working class according to different criteria

Neo-Marxists Further Divide Working Class according to different criteria

  • Property structures

    • a primary dimension of class in modern industrial society which refers to ownership or non-ownership of the major means of production.

  • Occupational structure

    • a primary dimension of class position in modern industrial societies pertaining to a person’s occupation & skill level.

  • Bureaucratic authority structure

    • a primary dimension of class in modern industrial societies, which refers to one’s authority positionin a bureaucratic organizations.


Extra credit assignment i will post the relevant slides 1 5 pt for each do as many as you want

RELATION TO THE MEANS OF PRODUCTION

(Property Structure)

 Owns Means of Production

Does not Own Means of Production

Capitalists

8%

Expert

Managers

18%

Managers

9%

Has

Authority

RELATION TO

BUREAUCRATIC

AUTHORITY

Experts

17%

Workers

42%

No Authority

Skilled

Unskilled

RELATION TO OCCUPATIONAL STRUCTURE

Small Business

7%

In with the New…Erik Olin Wright’s scheme, 1990sConsider Auto Company: Plant Supervisor, Engineer, Line Foreman, Line Worker


Gradational approach to class

Gradational Approach to Class

  • Gradational-define members of a class based on some aspect of the their socio-economic status

  • Socio-economic status typically

    a measure of

    • Income & wealth – count $

    • Occupational prestige

      • Autoworker, Chemical Engineer,

        Janitor

    • Educational level- count the yrs

  • Different researchers calculate

    it differently


  • Martin marger s class structure

    Martin Marger’s Class Structure


    Martin marger s class structure1

    Martin Marger’s Class Structure


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