What were the social classes that made up sumerian society?
priests, merchants, and artisans
The three classes of citizens that made up Roman society were the Patricians, the Plebeians and the Equestrians. There were plenty of other people who were either non-citizens or who were citizens but did not have the wealth to qualify for social mobility. These were the Proletariat. They were the poor, the working class or the middle class, the freedmen and foreigners.
Social Darwinism is basically "survival of the fittest" economy wise. This is a good thing for those who are "the fittest", which was a very small percentage of the population. The Gospel of the Wealth was an article written by Andrew Carnegie that made himself and the rest of the upper class seem very good, and a necessary part of a functional society. Both were bad for the lower and middle classes of society, but…
Five of the social classes in ancient Rome were the patricians, the plebeians, the equites, freedmen and slaves. There was also a sixth class, the proletariat, which consisted of freeborn people who did not have the wealth or ancestry to enter into the upper classes. These made up the bulk of the population. Five of the social classes in ancient Rome were the patricians, the plebeians, the equites, freedmen and slaves. There was also a…
In a phalanx, the hoplites (heavily armed foot soldiers) were made up of Aristocrats and non-aristocrats. This led to controversy in the government, because the non-aristocrats thought, why are we equal in battle but not in the political or social society? This brought about changes in the government by making new laws, and leveling out the "classes" of society. They became almost like equals.
Actually, social studies has everything to do with society. The definition of social studies is the study of social relationships and the functioning of society and usually made up of courses in history, government, economics, civics, sociology, geography, and anthropology so it has everything to do with being social.