Class System in Pakistan

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In this paper I would like to introduce interrelated propositions about the Social structure of

Pakistan: (i) that Pakistan society is characterized by a social stratification process which is

compensatory in nature; (ii) that the compensatory process of social stratification over the years

has given rise to status-centric value orientation; and (iii) that the most significant indicator of

status-centric orientation is emergence of artificial middle class which can be distinguished from

real middle class in terms of norms.


They originated as the cast system in the time of divin-reite monarchs, Upper related to, or

favored by the monarchy. Middle related to management, legal and business. Lower: often

called, "The work force those whom have no rights the ones that die and sweat. That the rich

might richer get. The everlasting poor. In Pakistan society, the middle class may be divided into

two or three sub-groups. When divided into two parts, the lower middle class, also sometimes

simply referred to as "middle class", consists of roughly one third of households, roughly twice

as large as the upper middle or managerial class. Common occupation fields are semi-

professionals, such as lower-level managers or school teachers, small business owners and

skilled craftsmen. These individuals commonly have some college education or perhaps

a Bachelor's degree and earn a comfortable living. Already among the largest social classes,

rivaled only by the working class, the lower middle class is diverse and growing.

Though not common in sociological models, the middle class may be divided into two sections,

And the least working class that’s express a lot of peoples.

A social class is a homogeneous group of people in a society formed on the combined basis of

* Education

* Occupation

* Income

* Place of residence

And have who have similar social values...
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