Essay Of Society And Class

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A society is a group of people involved with each other through persistent relations, or a large social grouping sharing the same geographical or social territory this means we all live in a society, we all are involved into different ideas that society gives to us. Society can make us change our thinkings of everything for example if the society you live in says the perfect man is White, you don’t like Black people, and if the society says the perfect man is Black, you don’t like White people, it makes us thing and change our perspective of things, it changes us. A social class is a set of concepts in the social sciences and political theory centered on models of social stratification in which people are grouped into a set of hierarchical social categories, the most common being the upper, middle, and lower classes. People use to dislike the classes they don’t make part of, for example the upper class most likely dislikes the lower class, the lower class also dislikes they high class or upper class. This happens because our thinkings of society, this two topics are very related and is of what I am going to talk about in this essay.

Our society have been changing through all the ages, it is constantly in change, some examples can be in Musulman’s religion they cover their face and body, this is their concept of society , since they follow this concept every women that follows this religion most follow this rule they have. Now a day we have new concepts of beauy, in order to be a beautiful in the case of women you must be skinny, have a pretty face, a nice body, etc, in the case of men you must be good looking, strong, and have a nice attitude. Society make different concepts change, even they change the way you look other society and other society classes. They are aall related for example most of the times people think if a man is rich, he is well looking, and in order to be well looking you do not need to be rich, this are the wrong use of concepts society make.

The best example in the book PRIDE AND PREJUDICE is Elizabeth Bennet which is the principal character , she prejucices Darcy at the beginning because of what he says of lower classes, since he is high class. In old times the difference between the higher class and the lower class was bigger, they could not marry each other, the lower class were practicaly slaves of the highest class, it was a sin to marry each other even though they loved each other. In the case of Darcy and Elizabeth at the beginning they didn’t like each other, then Darcy likes Elizabeth and convinces or demostrates her he iss a good man and triumphs over the first prejudice she had over him. Darcy has an excess of pride so he looks the lower class like nothing, he didn’t see them like human, they were inferior for him, in the en he loves Elizabeth...

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