Appropriate for courses in social inequality or social stratification. Courses are usually found in sociology departments, but sometimes also in history, philosophy, political science, and economics departments.
Social Inequality in Canada: Patterns, Problems and Policies introduces students to the major aspects or dimensions of social inequality in Canada. This collection of thirty-one articles addresses topics that are central to a range of courses, including Social Inequality, Social Class, Social Stratification, Social Issues, and Canadian Society. The new edition has been revised to reflect important new research and changes in the nature of social inequality.
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