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Class in Britain

Author: Ivan Reid
Publisher: Cambridge : Polity Press, 1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1. publView all editions and formats
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Social class differences and inequalities are alive and flourishing in contemporary Britain. In reviewing a wide range of sources, this book provides easy access to the empirical research on social  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ivan Reid
ISBN: 0745618928 9780745618920 074561891X 9780745618913
OCLC Number: 237324968
Description: XX, 284 Seiten : Diagramme
Contents: List of Tables. Acknowledgements. Preface. Part I: Social Class and This Book: . Social Class: a Subject for all Seasons. Social Class in Research. About This Book. Part II: The Social Classes in Britain:. The Distribution of Social Class in Britain. How the Public Sees Social Class. Part III: Life--Chances. Birth, Infancy and Childhood. Health. Life--Style and Health:. Use of Health Services. Mortality. Life Expectancy. Overview. Part IV: Income, Wealth, Poverty and Expenditure:. Income. Wealth. Poverty. Expenditure. Part V: Work, Unemployment and Social Mobility:. Work. Unemployment. Social Mobility. Part VI: Family, Children and Home:. The Family. Children. The Home. Part VII:. Education. Adults and Education. Childrena s Schooling and Education. Part VIII: Religion, Crime, Law, Politics and Opinion:. Religion. Crime and the Law. Politics. Opinion. Part IX: Leisure and the Media:. Home--Based Leisure. Out--of--Home Activities. Part X: Class in a Classless Society: . Appendices. References and Author Index. Subject Index.
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"Ivan Reid confirms his position as the most useful writer on the conventional empirical realities of class in Britain. This book is up to date and based on large--scale research figures. The Read more...

 
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