Changing Class Structure Studies

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Payne 2006
Movement away for tri-level model
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Mount 2004
divide between rich and poor grown
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Pakulski and Waters 1996
inequalties still but class no longer relevant
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Future Foundation 2006
43% belonged m/c 53% w/c and 1% u/c
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Murray 1994
UK provides incentives that encourage failure and marginilisation
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Braverman 1974
white collar jobs becoming de-skilled. Specialist knowledge replaced by machines
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Futures Foundation 2006
predicts by 2020 UK will be mainly middle class society
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inequalties still but class no longer relevant

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