This empirical research study, originally published in 1972, utilizes evidence from a survey in Liverpool to illustrate and analyze trends in class stratification in Britain. It aims to interpret changes in contemporary society.This empirical research study, originally published in 1972, utilizes evidence from a survey in Liverpool to illustrate and analyze trends in class stratification in Britain. It aims to interpret changes in contemporary society.Read Less
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