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To oversimplify a complex literature, classes are conceived in relation to one another and in relationship to the means of production (concerning class and health, see 22 D. Coburn and E. S. Coburn Muntaner and Lynch 1999; Scambler and Higgs 1999 or Navarro 1998; Navarro and Shi 2001). Thus, there are business classes (capital) and working or oppositional classes and social movements. In general, the interests of one of these are inversely related to the interests of the other. On the other hand, socio-economic status simply refers to individuals or families who score higher or lower on various characteristics without any real social relationships between these and without any necessary antagonism between those lower or higher.
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