The Identities of the Middle Class



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The Identities of the Middle Class // The Middle Income Group in China and Russia. Research Series on the Chinese Dream and Chinas Development Path. / Eds. by P. Li, M.K. Gorshkov. Singapore: Springer, 2021. P. 235-249.

: The Middle Income Group in China and Russia. Research Series on the Chinese Dream and Chinas Development Path. / Eds. by P. Li, M.K. Gorshkov. Singapore: Springer, 2021. - 373 p.
ISBN 978-981-16-1463-7
DOI 10.1007/978-981-16-1464-4_14

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 .. The Identities of the Middle Class // The Middle Income Group in China and Russia. Research Series on the Chinese Dream and Chinas Development Path. / Eds. by P. Li, M.K. Gorshkov. Singapore: Springer, 2021. P. 235-249.
Latova N.V. The Identities of the Middle Class. In: The Middle Income Group in China and Russia. Research Series on the Chinese Dream and Chinas Development Path. / Eds. by P. Li, M.K. Gorshkov. Singapore: Springer, 2021. P. 235-249.

When studying society and its members, researchers are bound to face the problem of classifying individuals into social groups, sooner or later. And while the matter of formal group classification is always more or less clear, what is far less evident is the way people identify themselves in relation to various social groups (i.e. which groups they see themselves belonging to), along with the way they perceive the groups (us or them) and the role the groups play in peoples lives (whether they bring them together or draw them apart). All of these questions may be answered by means of analyzing social identity. A persons social identity1means that a person identifies himself with a specific community (a professional, gender, status, or any other group). On the one hand, it is the result of a persons self-perception and outlook on social reality; and on the other hand, it is the force the cements this perception and outlook, turning it into a foundation of lifes activity. A persons actual behavior depends on who they think they are and which community they identify with the most, as well as on the number and nature of groups that they believe they belong to.

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