Paradoxical class: paradox of interest and political conservatism in middle class

  title={Paradoxical class: paradox of interest and political conservatism in middle class},
  author={Rahim Baizidi},
  journal={Asian Journal of Political Science},
  pages={272 - 285}
  • Rahim Baizidi
  • Published 2019
  • Economics
  • Asian Journal of Political Science
  • ABSTRACT Considering the importance of class analysis in understanding social issues, the present paper has used this level of analysis as an important factor in the economic, social and political attitude of society. Accordingly, three main classes, including the upper class, the middle class, and the lower class have been divided and their attitudes towards redistribution of wealth (as a non-conservative policy) have been evaluated. Given the current economic inequality, in the case of… CONTINUE READING


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