The Victorians liked to have their social classes clearly defined. The working class was divided into three layers, the lowest being 'working men' or labourers, then the ‘intelligent artisan’, and above him the ‘educated working man’. In reality, things were not so tidily demarcated.  Photo: Glasgow slum, 1868

The Victorians liked to have their social classes clearly defined. The working class was divided into three layers, the lowest being 'working men' or labourers, then the ‘intelligent artisan’, and above him the ‘educated working man’. In reality, things were not so tidily demarcated. Photo: Glasgow slum, 1868

Fundamental Research Terms Defined. Gorgeous and helpful poster designed by students of UNT Research Center. Add a Dharma symbol (and correct a minor typo) and it could have been the kind of poster one might have seen in the background of "Lost."   Download as pdf: http://art.unt.edu/designresearchcenter/sites/default/files/articles/research_v2_ryan_gupta_hermosillo.pdf

Fundamental Research Terms Defined. Gorgeous and helpful poster designed by students of UNT Research Center. Add a Dharma symbol (and correct a minor typo) and it could have been the kind of poster one might have seen in the background of "Lost." Download as pdf: http://art.unt.edu/designresearchcenter/sites/default/files/articles/research_v2_ryan_gupta_hermosillo.pdf

Leaving Asia and Middle East behind, it is fascinating to notice how history repeats itself at different latitudes and longitudes, demonstrating once again that nail art is somehow connected to an ancestral human need for beauty and imagination. Incas, Aztec and other pre-Columbian civilisations, in fact, used nail polish to decorate their nails and to define social classes.

Leaving Asia and Middle East behind, it is fascinating to notice how history repeats itself at different latitudes and longitudes, demonstrating once again that nail art is somehow connected to an ancestral human need for beauty and imagination. Incas, Aztec and other pre-Columbian civilisations, in fact, used nail polish to decorate their nails and to define social classes.

Diversity in the workplace has to go further than there being employees of different backgrounds.  Employers must strive for inclusion in the workplace to fully grasp the strengths and knowledge that each employee has.  This leads to a workplace that values everyone's opinions and knowledge regardless of background.

Diversity in the workplace has to go further than there being employees of different backgrounds. Employers must strive for inclusion in the workplace to fully grasp the strengths and knowledge that each employee has. This leads to a workplace that values everyone's opinions and knowledge regardless of background.

Fact: Anti-socials, narcissists and sociopaths percieve these traits as weaknesses; flaws in the human condition that only serve to put people at a complete disadvantage in terms of day to day functioning.

Fact: Anti-socials, narcissists and sociopaths percieve these traits as weaknesses; flaws in the human condition that only serve to put people at a complete disadvantage in terms of day to day functioning.

Leaving Asia and Middle East behind, it is fascinating to notice how history repeats itself at different latitudes and longitudes, demonstrating once again that nail art is somehow connected to an ancestral human need for beauty and imagination. Incas, Aztec and other pre-Columbian civilisations, in fact, used nail polish to decorate their nails and to define social classes.

Leaving Asia and Middle East behind, it is fascinating to notice how history repeats itself at different latitudes and longitudes, demonstrating once again that nail art is somehow connected to an ancestral human need for beauty and imagination. Incas, Aztec and other pre-Columbian civilisations, in fact, used nail polish to decorate their nails and to define social classes.

Flowchart notes for social studies- break the chapter up into key parts, write short sentences explaining each part, and then draw pictures that will help them remember the different parts of the story.  Words underlined in blue are the chapter's vocabulary words.

Flowchart notes for social studies- break the chapter up into key parts, write short sentences explaining each part, and then draw pictures that will help them remember the different parts of the story. Words underlined in blue are the chapter's vocabulary words.

Behold: the disparity in America classes summed up in just one picture. Here in the United States, we define our classes as Upper Class, Middle/ Middle-working Class, and Lower Class.  The Upper Class are major corporate owners and the wealthy.  The middle class is widely ranged. Some have high social prestige while others of the middle are working with a high income.  The lower class are workers in a skilled trade with low income and composed of the poor.

Behold: the disparity in America classes summed up in just one picture. Here in the United States, we define our classes as Upper Class, Middle/ Middle-working Class, and Lower Class. The Upper Class are major corporate owners and the wealthy. The middle class is widely ranged. Some have high social prestige while others of the middle are working with a high income. The lower class are workers in a skilled trade with low income and composed of the poor.

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