Social class, multi-national company, bank
A multi-national company is a company that has been formed to operate across known international physical boundaries (Cooke, 2003). These companies are often located to other international countries apart from the parent country in which it was originally founded. These multinational companies specialize in the production of a variety of goods or services that are distributed to their other branches in other countries.
In addition, there are also those companies that deal with provision of services that are also spread out in a number of countries all over the world. These include companies engaged in the finance and property investment sector. Banks are often located in various locations all over the world such as Barclays which has its parent country in the United Kingdom but has got branches all over the world (Doz, 1986).
[...] Food choices in this era are marred by a lot of complexity connected with the ever growing need for people to define their identities. Role of women The modern woman is nowadays considered to be a very busy woman who is found inside boardrooms instead of the conventional kitchen. Previously, women's roles were confined to the household, specifically the kitchen but this is increasingly diversifying. Women are working more and as such have limited time to prepare meals for their families and even for themselves. [...]
[...] Social class can also be determined through the accumulation of a series of different forms of capital. When considered in light of economic terms, capital is considered the result of any activity that engages in production. The results of these finished products are what for new resources for use in the production of other goods. This can be exemplified in the development of a food production industry that in turn leads to the processing of other form of food products. [...]
[...] It is now a premium class food item that is most sought after in the market. Hence food can be “fashionable” and be the most popular trend in the market. And just like fashion clothing, it comes and goes with seasons. Gender Definition Gender refers to the cultural definition of the various roles that male and female species are attributed to in society. It has its basis on the cultural aspects of society because it attributes varying roles to both men and women (Lugosi, 2013). [...]
[...] The lives of people are governed by a lot of art and plays which in turn govern the food choices that they make. These activities are all determinants of social class and the nature with which people feed. A careful analysis of the dynamic nature of food choices has to be done to allow for proper judgments to be made on the matter. This is because as much a social class is a determinant of food choices, it should not be used in exclusion of other factors because of the constantly evolving needs and perceptions of the consumer. [...]
[...] This begs the question of the role of child development in the definition of gender because it is clearly making an impact. Conclusion In conclusion, social class is a useful concept in providing an understanding of people's relationship with food or drink in contemporary society. Food choices, personal tastes and preferences are largely governed by the social constructs in society (Seymour, 2004: 1-22). Social class is a concept that is commonly approached from an economic perspective. Because most people attribute social class to the state of having a lot of money such that one can afford anything they wish. [...]
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