K NIEKTORÝM OTÁZKAM SPOLOČENSKEJ TRIEDY A SOCIÁLNEHO STATUSU V SLOVENSKEJ SPOLOČNOSTI
On some issues of social class and status in Slovak society
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Starting point in this article is Max Weber´s distinction between class and status as related but different forms of social stratification. John H. Goldthorpe argued that this distinction is not only conceptually cogent, but empirically important as well: class and status do have distinct explanatory power when it comes to studying varying areas of social life − economic security and prospects are stratified more by class than by status, while the opposite is true for outcomes in the domains of cultural consumption and political attitudes. Our research ascertained that distinction between class and status is empirically important in Slovak stratification as well, but there is not empirical evidence for assertion that varying areas of social life are stratified more by class or by status.
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