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Social stratification : class, race, and gender in sociological perspective

Author: David B Grusky; Katherine R Weisshaar
Publisher: Boulder, CO : Westview Press, A Member of the Perseus Books Group, [2014]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Fourth editionView all editions and formats
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"With income inequality on the rise and the ongoing economic downturn, the causes, consequences, and politics of inequality are undergoing a fundamental transformation. Updated and highly accessible, the fourth edition of Social Stratification provides refreshing take on existing theories, incorporates the latest data, and lends new perspectives to classic debates. The fourth edition includes fifty new or updated
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David B Grusky; Katherine R Weisshaar
ISBN: 9780813346717 0813346711
OCLC Number: 854541745
Description: xxi, 1173 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: The functions and dysfunctions of inequality. Some principles of stratification / Kingsley Davis and Wilbert E. Moore --
Some principles of stratification : a critical analysis / Melvin M. Tumin --
Inequality by design / Claude S. Fischer, Michael Hout, Martín Sánchez Jankowski, Samuel R. Lucas, Ann Swidler, and Kim Voss – Inequality in comparative perspective. A compressed history of inequality / David B. Grusky and Katherine R. Weisshaar – The welfare state and redistribution / Gøsta Esping-Andersen and John Myles – Top incomes in the long run of history / Anthony B. Atkinson, Thomas Piketty, and Emmanuel Saez – The race between education and technology / Claudia Goldin and Lawrence F. Katz – Unions, norms, and the rise of U.S. wage inequality / Bruce Western and Jake Rosenfield – Why is income inequality growing? / Robert Frank – Winner-take-all politics : public policy, political organization, and the precipitous rise of top incomes in the United States / Jacob S. Hacker and Paul Pierson – Leapfrogs and the surge in executive pay / Thomas A. DiPrete, Gregory M. Eirich, and Matthew Pittinsky – The winners of the third industrial revolution / Yujia Liu and David B. Grusky – The structure of inequality. Alienation and social classes; Classes in capitalism and pre-capitalism; Ideology and class / Karl Marx – Class and class conflict in industrial society / Ralf Dahrendorf – A general framework for the analysis of class structure / Erik Olin Wright – Class conflict in the capitalist world economy / Immanuel Wallerstein – Class, status, party; Status groups and classes; Open and closed relationships / Max Weber – The class structure of the advanced societies / Anthony Giddens – Marxism and class theory : a bourgeois critique / Frank Parkin – Is there a status order in contemporary British society? / Tak Wing Chan and John H. Goldthorpe – The division of labor in society / Emile Durkheim – The changing form of inequality / Kim A. Weeden and David B. Grusky – Occupational prestige in comparative perspective / Donald J. Treiman – Occupational grading and occupational prestige / John H. Goldthorpe and Keith Hope – Prestige or socioeconomic scales in the study of occupational achievement? / David L. Featherman and Robert M. Hauser – Socioeconomic indexes for occupations : a review, update, and critique / Robert M. Hauser and John Robert Warren – Foundations of a rent-based class analysis / Aage B. Sørensen – From income inequality to economic inequality / Amartya K. Sen – The ruling class, elites, and the upper class. The ruling class / Gaetano Mosca – The power elite / C. Wright Mills – Elites and power / Anthony Giddens – Who rules America? / G. William Domhoff – The future of intellectuals and the rise of the new class / Alvin W. Gouldner – Bobos in paradise : the new upper class and how they got there / David Brooks – Post-Communist managerialism / Gil Eyal, Iván Szelényi, and Eleanor Townsley – China’s evolving oligarchy / Andrew G. Walder – Poverty and the underclass. Nickel and dimed / Barbara Ehrenreich – Low-income urban fathers and the “package deal” of family life / Kathryn Edin, Timothy Nelson, and Joanna Miranda Reed – Being poor, black, and American / William Julius Wilson – Poverty and the Great Recession / Sheldon Danziger, Koji Chavez, and Erin Cumberworth – How rich countries life up the poor / Lane Kenworthy – Taxing the poor : how some states make poverty worse / Katherine S. Newman and Rourke L. O’Brien – American apartheid : segregation and the making of the underclass / Douglas S. Massey and Nancy A. Denton – Legacies of inequality / Robert Sampson – Does changing neighborhoods change lives? / Stefanie DeLuca and James E. Rosenbaum – The legacy of multigenerational disadvantage / Patrick Sharkey and Felix Elwert – Skill formation and the economics of investing in disadvantaged children / James J. Heckman – The long reach of early childhood poverty / Greg J. Duncan and Katherine Magnuson – Stressing out the poor / Gary W. Evans, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, and Pamela Kato Klebanov – Incarceration and social inequality / Bruce Western and Becky Pettit --
Who gets ahead? A refined model of occupational mobility / David L. Featherman and Robert M. Hauser – Trends in class mobility : the post-war European experience / Robert Erikson and John H. Goldthorpe – Social mobility in Europe / Richard Breen – It’s a decent bet that our children will be professors too / Jan O. Jonsson, David B. Grusky, Matthew Di Carlo, and Reinhard Pollak – Intergenerational income mobility / Gary Solon – Advantage in comparative perspective / John Ermisch, Markus Jäntti, Timothy Smeeding, and James A. Wilson – The process of stratification / Peter M. Blau and Otis Dudley Duncan, with the collaboration of Andrea Tyree – Inequality : a reassessment of the effect of family and schooling in America / Christopher Jencks, Marshall Smith, Henry Acland, Mary Jo Bane, David Cohen, Herbert Gintis, Barbara Heyns, and Stephen Michelson – Explaining educational differentials / Richard Breen and John H. Goldthorpe – The widening academic achievement gap between the rich and the poor / Sean F. Reardon – Nonpersistent inequality in educational attainment / Richard Breen, Ruud Luijkx, Walter Müller, and Reinhard Pollak – Determined to succeed / Michelle Jackson – Towards a theory of inequality in higher education / Sigal Alon – Does college still have equalizing effects? / Florencia Torche – Who benefits most from college? / Jennie E. Brand and Yu Xie – The educational and early occupational attainment process / William H. Sewell, Archibald O. Haller, and Alejandro Portes – Ain’t no makin’ it : leveled aspirations in a low-income neighborhood / Jay MacLeod – A new social psychological model of educational attainment / Stephen L. Morgan – The dual labor market : theory and implications / Michael J. Piore – An outline of a theory of the matching of persons to jobs / Aage B. Sørensen and Arne L. Kalleberg – The rise of precarious work / Arne L. Kalleberg – Little labor : how union decline is changing the American landscape / Jake Rosenfeld – The strength of weak ties / Mark S. Granovetter – Social Networks and status attainment / Nan Lin – Structural holes / Ronald S. Burt – Networks, race, and hiring / Roberto M. Fernandez and Isabel Fernandez-Mateo – When do social networks increase inequality? / Paul DiMaggio and Filiz Garip – Race and ethnicity. Racial formation in the United States / Michael Omi and Howard Winant – The dynamics of racial fluidity and inequality / Aliya Saperstein and Andrew M. Penner – A theory of ethnic antagonism : the split labor market / Edna Bonacich – The immigrant enclave : theory and empirical examples / Alejandro Portes and Robert D. Manning – Assimilation theory for an era of unprecedented diversity / Richard D. Alba and Victor Nee – The new second generation : segmented assimilation and its variants / Alejandro Portes and Min Zhou – Why replenishment strengthens racial and ethnic boundaries / Tomás R. Jiménez – Are Emily and Greg more employable than Lakisha and Jamal? A field experiment on labor market discrimination / Marianne Bertrand and Sendhil Mullainathan – Stereotype threat and African-American student achievement / Claude Steele – Marked : race, crime, and finding work in an era of mass incarceration / Devah Pager – The declining significance of race : Blacks and changing American institutions; The declining significance of race : revisited and revised / William Julius Wilson – How do Latino immigrants fit into the racial order? / Reanne Frank, Ilana Redstone Akresh, and Bo Lu – Gender inequality. The time bind : when work becomes home and home becomes work / Arlie Russell Hochschild – The opt-out revolution / Lisa Belkin – Opting out? / Christine Percheski – Orchestrating impartiality : the impact of “blind” auditions on female musicians / Claudia Goldin and Cecilia Rouse – Getting a job : is there a motherhood penalty? / Shelley J. Correll, Stephen Benard, and In Paik – Do openly gay men experience employment discrimination? / András Tilcsik – Rethinking employment discrimination and its remedies / Barbara F. Reskin – Discrimination : conscious or nonconscious? / Trond Petersen – The structure and process of sex segregation / William T. Bielby – Revolving doors : sex segregation and women’s careers / Jerry A. Jacobs – Labor markets as queues : a structural approach to changing occupational sex composition / Barbara F. Reskin – Glass ceilings in corporate law firms / Elizabeth H. Gorman and Julie A. Kmec – Egalitarianism and gender inequality / Maria Charles and David B. Grusky – The within gender wage gap / Trond Petersen and Laurie A. Morgan – Devaluation and the pay of comparable male and female occupations / Paula England – Why do female occupations pay less? / Tony Tam – The sources of the gender pay gap / Francine Blau – Why race, class, and gender matter / Margaret L. Andersen and Patricia Hill Collins – Double Jeopardy / Emily Greenman and Yu Xie – The gender revolution : uneven and stalled / Paula England – The anti-feminist backlash and recent trends in gender attitudes / David Cotter, Joan M. Hermsen, and Reeve Vanneman – The persistence of gender inequality / Cecilia L. Ridgeway – The consequences of inequality. Distinction : a social critique of the judgment of taste / Pierre Bourdieu – The social stratification of theater, dance, and cinema attendance / Tak Wing Chan and John H. Goldthorpe – Unequal childhoods : class, race, and family life / Annette Lareau – Income inequality and income segregation / Sean F. Reardon and Kendra Bischoff – What’s the matter with Kansas? / Thomas Frank – The realignment of U.S. presidential voting / Michael Hout and Daniel Laurison – Health inequalities and the psychosocial environment : two scientific challenges / Johannes Siegrist and Michael Marmot – The fundamentals of fundamental causality / Karen Lutfey and Jeremy Freese – Why do morality disparities persist? / Richard Miech, Fred Pampel, Jinyoung Kim, and Richard G. Rogers – The future of inequality. The coming of post-industrial society / Daniel Bell – Social foundations of post-industrial economies / Gøsta Esping-Andersen – The labor force and the Great Recession / Michael Hout and Erin Cumberworth – Post-socialist stratification / Victor Nee – Making capitalism without capitalists / Gil Eyal, Iván Szelényi, and Eleanor Townsley – Elite opportunity in transitions from state socialism / Andrew G. Walder – The evolution of modern stratification systems / John W. Meyer – Social justice and social divisions / Anthony Giddens – Globalism’s discontents / Joseph E. Stiglitz – The new geography of global income inequality / Glenn Firebaugh.
Responsibility: edited by David B. Grusky in collaboration with Katherine R. Weisshaar.

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