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Class, Cosmopolitanism, and Division

Functional regulator treatment of Class II division 1 malocclusions

Changes in joint space dimension after the correction of Class II division 1 malocclusion

Orthodontic management of uncrowded Class II division one malocclusion in children (2006)

Stability of upper incisor inclination changes in Class II division 2 patients

Effects of camouflage treatment on dentofacial structures in Class II division 1 mandibular retrognathic patients

The class II division 2 craniofacial type is associated with numerous congenital tooth anomalies

The effects of activator treatment on the craniofacial structures of Class II division 1 patients

Significance of the cant of the posterior occlusal plane in Class II division I malocclusions

The use of tensor analysis to investigate facial changes in treated Class II division 1 malocclusions

Post-treatment occlusal changes in Class II division 2 subjects treated with the Herbst appliance

Patterns of Audio-Visual Consumption: The Reflection of Objective Divisions in Class Structure

A comparative study of cephalometric and arch width characteristics of Class II division 1 and division 2 malocclusions

WARNOCK, John (1864 - 1942), 2nd Class, Order of the Nile; 3rd Class, Order of the Osmanieh; late Director Lunacy Division, Ministry of Interior, Cairo, Egypt

Herbst/multibracket appliance treatment of Class II division 1 malocclusions in early and late adulthood. A prospective cephalometric study of consecutively treated subjects

A systematic review of cephalometric facial soft tissue changes with the Activator and Bionator appliances in Class II division 1 subjects

The effect of zigzag elastics in the treatment of Class II division 1 malocclusion subjects with hypo‐ and hyperdivergent growth patterns. A pilot study

Morphological differences in the craniofacial structure between Japanese and Caucasian girls with Class II division 1 malocclusions

 

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Differences of values and interests between social groups based upon their location in the social class system and the cultural and economic relations of that system. Sport, despite its aspirations to meritocratic, egalitarian bases has usually continued to express social and cultural divisions according to gender and race, and social class. National surveys of sport participation in the UK, for instance, confirm the way that sport reproduces class divisions, acting as a form of cultural capital. The same is true for spectator sports, and for all levels of sport, examples abound across societies and cultures: NASCAR as blue-collar culture in the USA; Rugby League with its strong working-class base in England and Australia; polo as an upper-class enclave in England, the USA, and Argentina. See also class.

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