Lacking resources and control, lower-class individuals tend to focus on the external, social context to understand events in their lives. As a result, they orient to other people to navigate their social environments.
Social class affects many aspects of social life—and, in particular, the emotions that people perceive and express in social interactions. Therefore, social class is an important variable in understanding how people relate to one another and may provide insights into the role that emotions play in relationship stability and overall well-being.
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