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loved and weak. The “New Monarchies” arose during the 1450-1550 as a result of placing power within the hands of the middle class, as well as forming agreements between the royal powers and the religious forces, increasing the crowns’ control over the states’ . During the time of the “new monarchs”, France created royal power as the main controlling force by giving the middle class important purpose, as well as creating the Pragmatic Sanction of Bourges. After pushing out the English, Charles VII...

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Robinson Crusoe and the New Middle Class

Filippo Volodin Robinson Crusoe And The New Middle Class Before analyzing Robinson Crusoe it is important to give a short background of the author of such an incredible novel. Daniel Defoe was born in 1660 and died in 1731 after a life of adventures and incredible experiences. He was raised to be very religious and his parents were strongly attached to the puritanism tendency that was spreading around Europe. These aspects and the strong education imposed by his parents...

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Capturing the World’s Emerging Middle Class

Capturing the world’s emerging middle class David Court and Laxman Narasimhan Multinational companies need new “scale at speed” approaches to penetrate the developing world’s increasingly prosperous consumer markets. The rapidly growing ranks of middle-class consumers span a dozen emerging nations, not just the fast-growing BRIC countries,1 and include almost two billion people, spending a total of $6.9 trillion annually. Our research suggests that this figure will rise to $20 trillion...

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The Middle Class in America Is Radically Shrinking

The Middle Class in America Is Radically Shrinking. Here Are the Stats to Prove it Posted Jul 15, 2010 02:25pm EDT by Michael Snyder in Recession Related: ^DJI, ^GSPC, SPY, MCD, WMT, XRT, DIA • 1048

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 From The Business Insider Editor's note: Michael Snyder is editor of theeconomiccollapseblog.com The 22 statistics detailed here prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that the middle class is being systematically wiped out of existence...

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Pride and Prejudice: Women and Social class in the Regency Era

was difficult to come by, and carried a strong social stigma) but a woman could not divorce her husband even if he was cruel, deserted her etc. It ws possible to obtain a legal seperation, but that ws very difficult to come by. For upper or middle class women who needed to earn a living, teaching was one of the very few respectable options, and to be a teacher was not regarded as a particularly desirable occupation. A woman who became a teacher might be a governess (teaching the children of one...

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middle class in india

The Middle Class in India I was born in a middle class Indian family. Since the age I got to understand this world I saw my parents working hard all day and night. I learned at a very young age the struggles that my parents faced. I was good in studies from childhood and that was the biggest thing my parents were proud of. At the end of each long day my dad would say to my mom, "I will give my son the best education, he will not struggle like this. What I was unable to do, my son will do." My...

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Class Inequality

Shengche Ma (00781655) Essay 1: When I was taking my Social Psychology class, I was lucky divided into a group that had a female student who had a skinny body shape and a malnourished appearance, grew up in a poor family. She had several jobs to do and took many shifts that our group meeting time had to adjust according to her time schedule. In addition, she did not always show up in the group meeting. Every time she wasn’t there, we gossiped about her poor family background. We showed our sympathetic...

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Outsourcing the Middle Class

the Middle Class Outsourcing is an issue that America is struggling with right now. Outsourcing is a process in which a corporation will send its business overseas… to lets say India, or China. The reason they do this is only because the cost of production and labor is astronomically lower than what it is here in the U.S. White collar jobs are the most affected by this, with engineering, architecture, and accounting to name a few being hit the hardest (Raynor 1). To be more specific middle class...

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Indian Middle Class

top class is the rich class which is a class by itself, absolutely unmoved and untouched no matter what happens to the economy of the country. This is because they can afford anything at any cost. This class is usually synonymous with the business class whose income seems to increase with every rise in prices. So, they are absolutely unconcerned with whatever happens to prices. The second class to whom also rise in prices and any turn of economy makes no difference. This is the poor class, and...

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What Brought to the French Revolution?

belonging to a hereditary class with high social or political status is called the “Nobles”. The Nobles had very few taxes on them while they collected taxes and rents from peasants while the peasants worked for both higher classes, the first estates and the second estate. The second estate, Nobles consisted of only 2% of the population but owned 35% of the countries land. Last but not least, This brings us to the third estate of peasants. Peasants are either Middles class, peasants or city workers...

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