class consciousness


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class′ con′sciousness


n.
1. awareness of one's own social or economic rank.
2. a feeling of identification and solidarity with those belonging to the same social or economic class as oneself.
[1885–90]
Translations

class consciousness

ncoscienza di classe
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This class consciousness is spreading to other parts of Britain, too, under the impact of falling living standards, brutal attacks upon benefit claimants, swingeing cuts in public spending, rising homelessness and destitution, and the ever-widening gap between rich and poor.
This state of education is widening the social gap and enhancing the class consciousness in the country.
He covers aborted dreams of New Women: Xiao Hong and Mei Niang, matrimonial syndrome in a besieged society: identity complex in Eileen Chang's boudoir stories, alienated minds dreaming for integration: constrained cosmopolitanism in Wuminghishi's and Xu Xu's modern literati novel, subjectivity and class consciousness: intellectual predicament and Lu Ling's neo-leftist stories, problem stories as part of the national form: rural society in transition and Zhao Shuli's peasant stories, and from feminist to Party's intellectual: identity (trans-)formation and Ding Ling's new woman stories.
Elia's poetry is full of references to communist revolution and class consciousness. Unfortunately, most of these couplets and poems are not shared much on social media.
it also revealed the paucity of knowledge of the philosophy of the Labour Party as a peoples' rooted party and the dearth of class consciousness on his part.
I find the explanations given by the emotional turn to be very helpful for analyzing the changes happening in class consciousness during the first decade of the twentieth century in various parts of Europe, and specifically in Biscay (Spain).
His love for the beautifully headstrong Fara is enduring; their relationship evolves from class consciousness and uncertainty to true intimacy and appreciation.
Thompson's treatment of class consciousness as lived experience.
While white working-class motivations are often dismissed as racist or xenophobic, Professor Williams shows that they have their own class consciousness.
Whereas Ken Post's theoretical Marxist analysis (Arise ye Starvelings and Strike the Iron) sees "Ethiopianism" as dampening class consciousness, Palmer in his more populist approach is inclined to see color consciousness as a genuine reflection of Jamaica's social and psychological reality.
Having laid out the historical context, we examine the impact of countryside restructuring on grassroots organisations, the creation of class consciousness among the peasants, the alternate development models put forward, and their collaboration with other social and political actors to force change.
He is particularly interested in anti-authoritarian socialist contributions to class consciousness, a group in which he subsumes anarchists.