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Stratification and Differentiation

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 266
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Skills-based Sociology

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18 June 1999

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This accessible text explores the staggering rise in inequality in recent years. It includes recent empirical material on all the key dimensions of inequality, including class, gender, ethnicity, age and disability, and...

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This accessible text explores the staggering rise in inequality in recent years. It includes recent empirical material on all the key dimensions of inequality, including class, gender, ethnicity, age and disability, and considers both classical and new theoretical approaches to the study of these dimensions of social stratification and difference. The exercises and overall active learning approach offer students ample scope to exercise and develop their sociological skills.

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Along with social theory, social stratification is a core topic for all students of sociology Covers both essential classic theoretical debates and contemporary arguments and data Concentrates on developing sociological skills and emphasises active learning in line with the current orientation of sociology A level

Introduction
Measuring Social Class
The Changing Class Structure
Theories of Class Inequality
The End of Social Class?
Gender and Inequality
Theories of Gender Inequality
Ethnicity and Inequality
Theories of Racial and Ethnic Inequality
Age, Disability, Locality and Inequality.

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MARK KIRBY teaches sociology at Amersham and Wycombe College. He is an assistant examiner for the Associated Examining Board and a member of their sociology subject committee. He is also actively involved with the Association for the Teaching of the Social Sciences.

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MARK KIRBY teaches sociology at Amersham and Wycombe College. He is an assistant examiner for the Associated Examining Board and a member of their sociology subject committee. He is also actively involved with the Association for the Teaching of the Social Sciences.

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