Is the Good Life interpreted differently in lower class communities?

Clearly identify a hegemonic normative commitment and explain how it undermines the good life in a thoughtful thesis statement. This will require you to establish your own conception of the good life, along with rationale supporting it. What are your reasons for choosing this hegemonic normative commitment? What are some social problems that you see as rooted in it? What are the theoretical/ideological origins of this hegemonic normative commitment? What flawed assumptions motivate our ongoing commitment to it?