The Consumer Culture of Poverty: Behavior Research Findings and Their Implications in an Ethnographic Context.
In an industrial society groups are stratified in terms of the material assets or resources they control, the benefits and privileges they receive from these resources, the cultural experiences they have accumulated from historical and existing economic and political arrangements, and the influence they yield because of those arrangements. (Wilson, 1)
|Main Author:||Hill, Ronald Paul.|
|Other Authors:||Gaines, Jeannie.|