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Equality of treatment. It means equality of opportunities in relation to the treatment, controlled and regulated workers, members of the family (including spouses and children) as well as victims of torture, sexual exploitation, domestic violence and exploitation, the enjoyment of the right to enjoy the maximum possible social benefits, including, especially, the right to pension, unemployment, income supplements, social assistance and such other benefits due to the studies conducted in accordance with the results of the social promotion.
Equality of membership. It means the right to equal participation in all social institutions, including the election of representatives, creation of governments, strengthening of democratic rights, and so on. It also means the right to take part in the management of affairs in the sphere of private property, and the right to joint parenthood, child labour, international cooperation, and membership in the International Labour Organization, the right to fair remuneration for work, fair remuneration for children, and such others.
Equality of opportunity (sometimes equality of social status and economic status, from the first absolute equality;) implies equality of opportunities in relation to the position held, the position of citizens. It does not mean equality of outcome in the social hierarchy: only some.
Equality of treatment. It means the right to effective communication with the manager, the possibility of the reimbursement of certain costs (including medical, social and other expenses). It also includes the conditions that must be met by the applicant and the employer (including potential bonuses).
Equality of membership. It means the acceptance by the member of the management team and the employer (in some cases, members of the management group) before the commencement of working activities. This program includes such factors as the absence of any kind of social classes or caste, the ability to speak freely, the absence of any kind of social status, and the absence of any special privileges.
Equality of membership is also called human rights and it is reflected in the term of the individual, if it means the occurrence of any act of violence, including physical and sexual violence, the right to equal treatment, the right to enjoy respect from the very word of the law, to act as a trustee on behalf of the victim of violence, etc.
Equality of membership is also called social and economic equality. The point of the middle class in the social hierarchy of society is the level of the individual’s incomes, which are determined by a complex set of factors, including the type and quality of education, culture, and social protection.
In the system of economic inequality, the distribution of incomes is usually preceded by a relatively small number of individuals. From the very beginning, the distribution of income is usually preceded by the distribution of wealth, and in the conditions of this, the poverty is the first of the basic values. In the modern society, the upper and middle classes constitute a solid majority (2/3) of the population, which, in addition, is fairly compensated by the high level of incomes of other members of the social structure.
In the system of social inequality, the role of the middle class is to defend the social institution, which is lost by the emergence of other social groups, for example, the labor class.
In the system of economic inequality, the role of the working class is to provide the world with the material base, the ability to live above the poverty, and the ability to accumulate wealth. The main social movements occur both within the middle class and with participation of other elements of the social structure. Free channels of upward vertical mobility, clear prospects for social growth based on education and high qualifications should ensure a sufficient level of welfare for the middle class.
In the cultural sphere, the middle class is the custodian and distributor of values, norms, traditions, laws of society. Also, it is the source of cadres of officials and managers of different ranks – both for the state apparatus and for business. Self-regulation of civil society is based on the activity of representatives of the middle class too. This role is called the function of the administrative-executive regulator.