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Inequality: A Contemporary Approach to Race, Class, and Gender (edition 2012)
by Lisa A. Keister (Author)
Inequality: A Contemporary Approach to Race, Class, and Gender by Lisa A. Keister
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0521680026, Paperback)This textbook reflects a hybrid approach to studying stratification. It addresses the knowledge accumulated by stratification scholars and challenges students to apply this information to their social world. Features include: • The text is divided into basic concepts (theoretical and methodological) and applications (e.g., to class, poverty, mobility, education, gender, race). • Each chapter includes a list of key concepts, questions for thought, suggested exercises, and multimedia resources (print, internet, and films). • A unique methodological chapter provides students the skills they will need to be able to read contemporary sociological literature. • The selection of chapters and chapter content provide students a sense of the topics, questions, and research that dominate contemporary research on social stratification and inequality. • Research-oriented approach reflecting the field of stratification studies. Additional ancillary material may be found at www.stratificationandinequality.com
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"This textbook is designed to teach undergraduate,and some graduate students about basic concepts and research in the study of social stratification and inequality. Social stratification refers to the unequal distribution of people along measures of well-being such as education, income, and wealth. The book starts with an introduction to theories and research methods used in the field. It then applies those methods to a large number of substantive areas that define the contemporary field of stratification research"--Provided by publisher.
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