Although there are many factors that contribute in the social segregation of people but majorly this ranking & evaluation is done on the basis of authority, wealth, status and social influence.
This was done as an appropriate hierarchical organization & arrangement of these social classes form specific social groups in the society.
Yet, by analyzing how individuals talked about themselves, their partners, and their marriages, I discovered that this was far from the truth. It’s also about how the amount of money and material things we used to have shape the type of people we become.
Class had shaped each spouse so much that the people I interviewed had more in common with strangers who shared their class background than with their husbands and wives. People who grew up in households without much money, predictability, or power, learn strategies to deal with the unexpected events that crop up in their lives.
One couple I talked to experienced these differences profoundly.
Vicki grew up as the daughter of an upper-level manager while her husband John grew up the son of two factory workers.
Few people I spoke to reported having parents who plotted against their children’s relationships, or felt they were subject to social stigma for their cross-class relationship.
In fact, it’s usually not until meeting their in-laws that the couples themselves tend to become aware of their differences: more privileged partners spoke of the shock of walking into a house with hundreds of crystal figurines or trying to eat spam with a smile.
She would not think too much about money, but spend as she needed to get by.
Vicki also had her children’s lives planned before they were born – they would be good students and involved in many extra-curricular activities.
John believed he should meet his kids before deciding on how to parent them and that it was not his place to decide who they should become. ” and saying of John, “For him, it’s ‘It will always work out. Don’t worry.’”Most of the couples I spoke with found ways to work out these differences, and their lives were much more mundane than a movie would dramatize.
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From fairy tales to adult films, we are exposed to a repeated idea: that love, or at least lust, crosses class lines. Not surprisingly, their relationships had little in common with the romances we see in the movies.