After nearly two centuries of industrialization, social relationships still tend to be defined by whether you are an owner, a manager or a shop-floor worker. In older but less industrialized societies, notably India, the caste system defines inherited and fixed positions in society. In totalitarian regimes, a hierarchical structure is created through party allegiance and bureaucratic or military rank.
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Jeremy Seabrook is the highly respected author of Victims of Development, In the Cities of the South and Love in a Different Climate. He lives in London.Review:
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