Rank Is Not Enough: Why We Need a Sociocultural Perspective to Understand Social Class

Abstract

In the target article, Kraus, Tan, and Tannenbaum identify a key feature of the psychological experience of social class—perception of one’s rank vis-à-vis others. This rank-based perspective, which reveals the systematic influence of rank on psychological functioning, makes an important contribution to current and future theories of social class. Drawing… (More)

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@inproceedings{Stephens2014RankIN, title={Rank Is Not Enough: Why We Need a Sociocultural Perspective to Understand Social Class}, author={Nicole M. Stephens and Sarah S. M. Townsend}, year={2014} }