How social age trumped social class?
Social class, age and identity in later life
Class, pensions and old-age security
Age, Class, and Attitudes Toward Government Responsibilities1
Renewable Resources with Endogenous Age Classes and Allocation of Land
The Intersectionalities of Age, Ethnicity, and Class in Organizations
Age and Crime among Latent Classes of Serious Youthful Offenders
Class, Cohort, and Consumption: The British Experience of the Third Age
The Harvesting Decisions When a Standing Forest with Multiple Age-Classes Has Value
Triumvirate: McKim, Mead, and White; Art, Architecture, Scandal, and Class in America's Gilded Age
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1 An age grouping of any organism, including people.
2 Foresters usually group trees, forests, stands or forest types into 20‐year age classes (1–20, 21–40 and so on).
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