Dr. Jayne Raisborough and Dr. Matthew Adams discuss their paper on cultural representations of the white working class. They adopted a sociological model to examine what purpose the 'chav' stereotype serves, and how disgust is employed to reinforce privilege.
The Self-Control Ethos and The 'Chav'
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