Us and Them: Identification and class boundaries

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 2002 Number 21

Us and Them: Identification and class boundaries
Dale Southerton, pages -

Abstract

Since ‘othering’ is a crucial part of the process of identity formation, identifications based on factors such as class remain crucial to people’s sense of who they are. ‘Consumers’ do not freely choose their lifestyle, nor do we inhabit a pluralistic society characterised by vague indifference to ‘others’.

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