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Understanding Social Class Disparities in Health and Education from a Sociocultural Perspective
,Xiaochen XChen,
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Abstract  How to reduce social class disparities in health and education and improve social equality has drawn widely concerns across the world. Among current approaches in social class psychology, the sociocultural perspective emphasizes on how social class contexts shape the self and corresponding patterns of thinking, feeling, and acting. Starting from the class-specific self, sociocultural perspective further provides systematic explanations on how social class culture is produced and maintained (i.e., social class cycles), as well as difference education as means to improve the adaptation of the lower-class. These theoretical perspectives provide new tools for developing social-psychological interventions which aim at reducing social class disparities in health and education. Future research from the sociocultural perspective could focus on sinicization of the theory and corresponding interventions, integration with other theoretical perspectives on social class, and examining the effects of social mobility and cultural change on social class psychology.
Keywords social class      sociocultural perspective      health      education     
PACS:  B849:C91  
Corresponding Authors: Xiaochen XChen   
Issue Date: 03 August 2020
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