Ethnicity and class
Class does not exist as an isolated dimension of our social lives. A range of factors such as ethnicity, nationality, gender and sexual orientation intersect and collectively shape our experiences of class. Furthermore, as active and conscious historical beings, we experience class and class struggles through our own inherited set of cultural values and social expectations.
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Poata-Smith, E. S. 2009, 'Ethnicity and class', in G. Mclennan, R. Mcmanus & P. Spoonley (eds), Exploring Society: Sociology for New Zealand Students, 3 edn, Pearson Education, New Zealand. p. unknown