writing about social class

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Take a shopping trip to different stores and observe the appearance of stores serving different economic groups. While you may notice several different aspects of these stores, be certain to include in your observations the following information:

  1. (1) What kinds of bathrooms are there in stores catering to: a. The rich?b. Middle-class clients? c. The working class? d. The poor?
  2. (2) Which ones allow the most privacy or provide the nicest amenities?
  3. (3) What fixtures are in the display areas? Are they simply utilitarian with minimalornamentation, or are they opulent displays of consumption?
  4. (4) Write an analysis of what your observations tells you about social class in the UnitedStates.

For your paper include the following:

  • Take detailed notes of your observations and include them in your paper.
  • Explain the rationale for your classification system (e.g., I consider Target a middle-class store based upon [provide sociological reasoning]).
  • Reference the concepts and key terms from chapter 8 in your paper.
  • Be sure to use the notes from your observations along with the textbook to support your conclusions and analyses of the stores you visit.
  • * Be sure to support your statements with evidence from your observations as well as the chapter. *

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School: UT Austin

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Running head: SOCIAL CLASS

Social class
Name:
Course:
Institution:

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SOCIAL CLASS

Social Class
Social class refers to the system of classification of different groups in the society. The
most prevalent systems of stratification are majorly based on age, gender, ethnicity and
economic status (Weber, 2018). The social class enables different people to live separate lives in
a society. This essay will analyze the observation made in various stores that serve different
economic groups in the United States of America.
In the stores that I visited, they were designed uniquely to serve different social classes.
For instance, there are those of the poor, the middle class, the working class and the rich. The
services offered are designed to appeal to particular social groups. For instance, the bathrooms
for the poor were generally designed. They contained ordinary soap and tap water with the little
luxury. The bathrooms for the working class were improved. They had scented soaps, some
cleaning products as well as improved lavatory papers. The middle-class customer bathrooms
were well designed. They were well scented, had special soaps and some cleaning products.
However, the bathrooms meant for the rich were well designed with various products. For
instance, they were highly hygienic, had special cleaning agents and were scented with the most
artificial scent. They were also equipped with high-quality lavatory papers. They also contained
bathroom mats hugging around the cistern of the lavatory. They were also attached with hand
towels. The bathrooms designed for the rich offered more privacy than those of the middle class,
the working class and the poor.
Social class categorizatio...

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