A New Model of Social Class? Findings from the BBC’s Great British Class Survey Experiment

@article{Savage2013ANM,
  title={A New Model of Social Class? Findings from the BBC’s Great British Class Survey Experiment},
  author={M. Savage and Fiona Devine and N. Cunningham and M. Taylor and Y. Li and Johs. Hjellbrekke and Brigitte Le Roux and S. Friedman and A. Miles},
  journal={Sociology},
  year={2013},
  volume={47},
  pages={219 - 250}
}
  • M. Savage, Fiona Devine, +6 authors A. Miles
  • Published 2013
  • Sociology
  • Sociology
  • The social scientific analysis of social class is attracting renewed interest given the accentuation of economic and social inequalities throughout the world. The most widely validated measure of social class, the Nuffield class schema, developed in the 1970s, was codified in the UK’s National Statistics Socio-Economic Classification (NS-SEC) and places people in one of seven main classes according to their occupation and employment status. This principally distinguishes between people working… CONTINUE READING
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