REPRESENTATIONS AND COUNTER-REPRESENTATIONS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ON CLYDESIDE BETWEEN THE TWO WORLD WARS
- SOCIAL ATOMS: WORKING--CLASS AUTOBIOGRAPHY, SUBJECTIVITY AND GENDER. Gagnier, Regenia // Victorian Studies;Spring87, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p335
Aims to indicate the variety of forms and rhetorical functions of working-class autobiographies. Information on working-class autobiographies; Autobiographies as treated in literary studies; Details of what constitutes bourgeois subjects within the same dialectic.
- The new working class. Heath, Rebecca Piirto // American Demographics;Jan98, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p51
Focuses on the status of the working class in the United States. Definitions of the middle class; Difference between working and middle-class Americans; Significant changes in the working class since 1970s.
- Unaffordable NY: tough choices at $150,000. Messina, Judith // Crain's New York Business;1/7/2008, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p16
The article provides information concerning the expensive cost of living in New York City. The author infers that living in the city is becoming more unaffordable for the middle class, and in trendy Manhattan neighborhoods. Several boroughs of the city, including Brooklyn, Queens, Harlem, and...
- Grand designs. Turnbull, Robert // New Statesman;11/26/2007, Vol. 136 Issue 4872, p40
In this article the author examines aspects of the design, construction and purpose of the National Center for the Performing Arts located in Beijing, China. The author notes the controversial nature of the design and describes speculation as to the final use of the building. It is suggested...
- PRONOMINAL USAGE, COHESION AND EXPLICITNESS IN WORKING-CLASS SPEECH: TOWARDS AN EVALUATIVE TECHNIQUE. Jenxinson, T. K.; Weymouth, A. G. // Language & Speech;Apr-Jun76, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p110
The speech of working-class children is characterized by less syntactical variation and less lexical variation than the speech of middle-class children. As a result, working-class children's speech is less explicit. Aspects of these claims have subsequently found support in the work of other...
- THE ANTINOMIES OF SUCCESS IN SOUTH KOREA. Hamilton, Clive; Tanter, Richard // Journal of International Affairs;Summer/Fall87, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p63
Focuses on the political factors which hinder industrialization in Korea. Rise of the working class; Creation of the new middle class; Economic threats posed by Korea to other countries; Dependence of economic success to domestic militarization.
- "In a little while I could be in front": Social mobility, class, and gender in the computer practices of two Mexicano families. Menard-Warwick, Julia; Dabach, Dafney Blanca // Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy;Feb2004, Vol. 47 Issue 5, p380
Focuses on two studies conducted in the San Francisco Bay area of California in the 2000-2001 academic year to determine the effect of social status on learning computer literacy. Examination of the computer practices of four middle class families; Exploration of the experiences of immigrants...
- Modernity, Cosmopolitanism, and the Emergence of Middle Classes in Tonga. Besnier, Niko // Contemporary Pacific;2009, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p215
The article explores the nature of social classes in Tonga. It notes that the emergence of middle class in Tonga continues to coexist and introduces new forms of attitudes and styles in the Pacific society. It describes the four characteristics of middle classes which include intense awareness...
- SOCIAL CLASS, SEX AND LINGUISTIC CODING. Poole, Millicent E. // Language & Speech;Jan-Mar79, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p49
Examines the linguistic coding orientation of middle-class and working-class male and female adolescents. Differences in linguistic coding behavior across the dimensions of social class and sex; Assessment of verbatim transcripts; Indications of tentativeness and hesitation in speech planning.