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Relative Deprivation and the Concept of Reference
The Three Dimensions of Social Inequality
THE HISTORICAL BACKGROUND 19181962
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answers argument asked aspirations attitudes better Britain claim class-situation clerical coded comparative reference groups comparison Conservatism Conservative support correlation deprivation of status describe earnings economic egalitarian employees ence equality Ernest Bevin evidence false consciousness families feel relatively deprived feelings of relative fraternalistic hierarchy higher implied industrial inequalities of class inequalities of status inter-war Labour movement Labour Party Labour supporters less level of incomes London manual and non-manual manual respondents manual stratum manual workers Means Test middle-class non-manual job non-manual respondents non-manual stratum non-manual workers normative reference group occupational stratum particular party preference person political principles prosperity question reason relation between inequality replies resentment sample self-assigned class self-rated class self-rated middle self-rated self-rated self-rated sense of relative social inequality social justice society sort strata suggest survey Table tion trade unions vote white-collar workers wives working-class Conservatives