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Poverty in Social Classes

Summary: Discusses poverty and the prevalence of social classes throughout the world. Analyzes the differences and treatment of various social classes.
The world contains a lot of societies, cultures, and classes. Each household belongs to some social class that represents their level of education, their work position, and their financial status. These different classes have created a conflict between people. It fills rich people's minds with the thought that poor people are criminals, and that conflict ended up with creating poverty. The authors Gilbert, Kahl, Magnet, and Gans are discussing the important causes and reasons that created poverty in comparing and contrasting these points with each other.

Weber believes that educated people are more likely able to make a better society than non-educated ones. This is seen when the authors say, "Weber was also somewhat limited by the vision of his epoch. He noticed that through education; particularly the university degree, one could obtain both the opportunity for an important job in the church or state and entry into...

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