As a result, this fragmentation creates class-based society in which society is divided into the upper and the lower class. And each has its own personal, social, cultural, ethnic, religious, political and traditional values, beliefs and practices. In the following parts of this paper, first thesis statement has been given in which the theme of the paper has been included. Subsequently, the description of problems pertaining to the class-based society is provided, elaborating the issues and challenges commonly found in such society. It means this section not only highlights the problems but also points out its effects on the society and members as well. It is followed by the segment highlighting the causes behind the development of the class-based society. And before the conclusion, some solutions along with theoretical support have been discussed in that part.
Class-based society has differently defined by the various sociologists and other related intellectuals. For example, a class-based society is such type of society in which the social isolation of specific classes is common and there always exists a lack of closer interaction and contact with individuals with the members of other classes (Coutts 103). Broadly speaking, “a class-based society is that attributions about the moral, intellectual, and social worth of individuals and families are made on the basis of class” (Hardy and Laszloffy 52).
Both definitions are accurately defining and unequivocally elaborating the nature and type of the class based society. The definition provided by Coutts highlights the main issue with the class based society which tears apart individuals and societies and subsequently such sociological problem creates social isolation and discourage interaction and communication between humans. And the second definition, given by Hardy and Laszloffy, takes into account the various dimensions and sources of social isolation and