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To investigate how class relates to ethical conduct, the researchers surveyed the ethical tendencies of more than 1,000 individuals of lower-, middle- and upper-class backgrounds.
In two field studies on driving behaviour, upper-class motorists were found to be four times more likely than the other drivers to cut off other vehicles at a busy four-way intersection and three times more likely to cut off a pedestrian waiting to enter a crosswalk.
With this new acceptance of recreational, engaged reading, upper-class children had the chance to improve their skills as silent readers.
Jaime de Landa, the upper-class man, is the only character with a full name.
In addition to excellent lesson plans, the positive impact of cadre members, upper-class cadets, and cadet peers helps develop character.
VIRGIN boss Sir Richard Branson yesterday pledged to steal pounds 100mof business from arch rival British Airways with his new upper-class service.
Unlike Mary Poppins or Maria von Trapp, millions of these women have left their own families and children to care for the youngsters, parents, and households of middle- and upper-class professionals in far-away places with strange sounding names.
The current nationwide system of governmental CPS agencies can trace its roots to 1880, when upper-class Protestants formed charitable organizations to rescue' maltreated children.
Despite their mission to serve people of "modest means," credit unions in the six-county Chicago region serve fewer poor than middle- and upper-class households, according to a report by the Chicago-based Woodstock Institute, which analyzes how financial policies impact communities.
Specifically, it is produced by the dilemma of relative power that continues to discomfort white middle- and upper-class Christians in the U.S.
The effervescent Princess had interests far from the upper-class rural pursuits of hunting, shooting and fishing, and loved clubbing.