35. Purpose
Social class is a very important concept in sociology. This discussion aims to generate an understanding of a stratification system in which people are grouped and placed into hierarchical layers based on their achievements.
Read Chapter 9 of the textbook as well as other Lesson 6 course modules. Based on your readings and other sources, discuss the following:
Take a stand and discuss how the Marxian or Weberian (Marx and Weber) version of the social class resembles the American class structure.
Reply to a minimum of 2 classmates with additional information, terms, theoretical perspectives, follow-up questions, and authentic discussion interactions. Also, respond to others who have responded to you. Lackadaisical responses will not be accepted.
You will be assessed on:
Successfully answering the discussion prompt with originality and accuracy, and while following directions.
Accurately including and applying important terminology from the textbook and course content.
Participation, Timeliness, and Quality of posts and replies.
Grammar, spelling, punctuation, word choice, and sentence structure of posts and replies.
Refer to the Discussion Rubric SP21 for more specific criteria to attain a maximum discussion score.

Weber believes that the concept of classes and other economic elements that determine the connections between classes are not enough to explain the social stratification process, however, Marx’s primary argument is that class is determined by economic factors only (Kocka 2021). Weber doesn’t see classes as groups or communities and his conception of class is dependent on the economy and the market system. Weber’s approach is more complex than Marx’s because he includes tenants and landlords among the classes he studies, as well as professionals such as lawyers and doctors, those who do not have land, and workers. To put it in another way, Weber argues that there is a broader range of classes that could be conceivable in the capitalist system than only capitalists and workers, and that the ownership or absence of it of the production methods is not the most important element in the formation of class under capitalism (Kocka 2021). According to Marx the term “class” refers to an organization of people who have similar interests in the production techniques (Jayarathna 2022). The central argument of Marx can be that every stratified society could be divided into two social classes which are the ruling elite as well as the class of subjects, defined by their access and control over society’s physical resources. Cont…

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