Social Structure of Pakistan: An Attempt at Developing Some Concepts
In this paper J would like to introduce three interrelated propositions about the Social structure of Pakistan: (i) that Pakistan society is characterized by a social stratification process which is compensatory in nature; (ii) that the compensatory process of social stratification over the years has given rise to status-centric value orientation; and (iii) that the most significant indicator of status-centric orientation is emergence of artificial middle class which can be distinguished from real middle class in terms of norms
Volume (Year): 24 (1985)
Issue (Month): 3-4 ()
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