THE SOCIAL STRUCTURE OF THE USA IN THE EPOCH OF A POSTINDUSTRIAL SOCIETY
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THE SOCIAL STRUCTURE OF THE USA IN THE EPOCH OF A POSTINDUSTRIAL SOCIETY
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Vladimir Sogrin  
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In the article the changes in structure of the American society during a postindustrial epoch are shown. The author shows change of economy classes, the promotion on the leading position in the working population "white collar" groups and pushing off the "blue collar" groups, the formation of the new middle class, new features of mobility in the top class. The big attention is given to changes in attitudes of racial-ethnic, gender and age groups. Change in character of a property inequality is tracked.

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