Vance discussion on inner conflict

In a paragraph or two, please discuss the following question: Vance discusses the inner conflict he feels as someone who has moved from poverty into a higher social class. While Vance’s income bracket has presumably shifted, his statement indicates that his identity remains tied to his working-class roots. Is Vance now one of “these people,” or do his childhood experiences excuse him from acknowledging his current privilege? Do you think it’s possible to completely shift one’s identity from one class to another? What factors define social class, and how is class membership determined?

In another paragraph, please shift the lens to your experience. Do you think that your attainment in higher education could change your identity or social class?

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