As I was leaving work I saw this drawing on the whiteboard which one of the students drew. It reminded me of Marx's theory of social class. The character on the right seems less in class than the other and.as the chracter on the right calls for the other, the one on the responds with anguish almost like a slave.

As I was leaving work I saw this drawing on the whiteboard which one of the students drew. It reminded me of Marx's theory of social class. The character on the right seems less in class than the other and.as the chracter on the right calls for the other, the one on the responds with anguish almost like a slave.

The middle and lower class obsess over the higher.

The middle and lower class obsess over the higher.

I love travelling on JetStar but I wondered how people consider JetStar to not be the airline to fly with for the upper class. Is it just because it is cheaper? Or how they represent themselves as such a cheap airline compromising standards and class? Does JetStar lower standards to appeal and suit the working class?

I love travelling on JetStar but I wondered how people consider JetStar to not be the airline to fly with for the upper class. Is it just because it is cheaper? Or how they represent themselves as such a cheap airline compromising standards and class? Does JetStar lower standards to appeal and suit the working class?

This ad suggests this wine is for upper class or if you drink it you would inherit such class.

This ad suggests this wine is for upper class or if you drink it you would inherit such class.

To this station in City.

To this station in City.

Compared this train station in Otahuhu.  .

Compared this train station in Otahuhu. .

I saw this 'tagging' on the train coming from Papatoetoe and felt it was so normal to see this and I thought about how coming from such a background in the area I grew up in I find this drawing as nothing less than just noticing where someone who grew in the wider parts of Auckland or NZ would would feel strongly about this as vandalism when in fact it is.

I saw this 'tagging' on the train coming from Papatoetoe and felt it was so normal to see this and I thought about how coming from such a background in the area I grew up in I find this drawing as nothing less than just noticing where someone who grew in the wider parts of Auckland or NZ would would feel strongly about this as vandalism when in fact it is.

This reminded me of the working class and how these men are more hands on compared to the upper class. What they would find comfortable is very different to that of the upper class because their tolerant level is much higher for rough and pain due to their working conditions.

This reminded me of the working class and how these men are more hands on compared to the upper class. What they would find comfortable is very different to that of the upper class because their tolerant level is much higher for rough and pain due to their working conditions.

Gucci defined the upper class. I felt that I did not belong there and any working class would not feel comfortable in a shop like this. You wouldn't see a shop like this in a less economic place in Auckland like South Auckland as the people in that area first of all would be less likely be able to afford this brand and this style of brand wouldn't be comfortable for them and would be considered off as very high.

Gucci defined the upper class. I felt that I did not belong there and any working class would not feel comfortable in a shop like this. You wouldn't see a shop like this in a less economic place in Auckland like South Auckland as the people in that area first of all would be less likely be able to afford this brand and this style of brand wouldn't be comfortable for them and would be considered off as very high.

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