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The sociologist Max Weber formulated a three-component theory of stratification in which he defines status class (also known as a status group) as a group of people (part of a society) that can be differentiated on the basis of non-economical qualities like honour, prestige and religion.
It is contrasted to:
- social class, based on economically determined relationship to the market.
- party class, based on affiliations in the political domain.
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