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Social class refers to the position or rank of different demographics, corresponding to their socioeconomic position. Contemporary Marxists usually define class as being a function of one's position relating to social labour and the means of production. Class can be said to form part of the relations of production of a given society. Marxists consider workers and capitalists to be the main classes of capitalism. (more...)