Social class membership also affects child rearing, educational attainment, religious affiliation, political participation, the crimes people commit, and it also affects contact with the criminal justice system. a. True b. False
Yes, this is true. Let's take crimes for example: stealing is a crime, but of one is very poor one might be actually forced to steal food, for example to feed one's children. People of more advantaged social class are not forced to steal in this way.