Not logged in Talk Contributions Create 3 Article Talk Read Edit View history Search Wikipedia WIKIPEDIA The Free Encyclopedia Elitism From Wikipedia the free encyclopedia Elitist redirects here For sambiguation Main page Contents Featured content ons for verification Please help improve this article by adding citations March 2011 Learn how and when to erial may be challenged and removed elite a select group of people with a certan e influence or authority greater than that of others In Random article Donate to Wikipedia Elitism is the belief or att ancestry intrinsic qualit constructive to societ the United States the West Coast w servants business often in established Part of a series on Discrimination General forms Specific forms Social Acephobia AIDS stigma Adultism- Anti-albinism Anti-autism Anti-homelessness Anti-intellectualism Anti-intersex Anti-left handedness Anti-Masonry Antisemitism Judeophobia- or experience - are more likely to be centration of power in the Northeast Corridor and on About Wikipedia es-journalists lawyers doctors high-level civil Community portal trepreneurs and financial advisors in the quaternary sector Recent changes chments of their higher education alma mater Ieitation needed Contact page Alternatively the term elitsm may be of a timited number of people theory of pluralism Elite theory is the sociological or poitical science analysis of elite influence in society elite theorists regard describe a situation in which power is concentrated in the hands Tools of elitism include anti-elitism egalitarianism populism and political Aporophobia Audism Binarism Biphobia sm Ephebiphobia Fatism Genderism Homophobia islamophobia What links here Related changes Christianophobia Cronyism Drug use Upload fie Special pages Permanent link ntophobia Heteronormativity pluralism as a utopian ideal Elitism is closely related to social class and what sociologists call social phobia Mis andry stratification which in the Anglo Saxon tradition have long been anchored in the blue blood claims of Page information hereditary nobility Members of the upper classes are sometimes known as the social elite The term elit Wikidata item Cite this page also sometimes used to denote situations in which a group of people claiming to possess high abilities simply an in-group or cadre grant themselves extra privleges at the expense of others This form of Printexport may be described as discrimination Create a book Contents hide 11 Academic elitism 2 1 Egalitarianism Download as PDF Printable version 1 Characteristics in other projects 2 Anti-elitism Wikiquote Languages 3 See also Deutsch Español 4 References 5 External links Meme



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