The Inequality Reader: Contemporary and Foundational Readings in Race, Class, and Gender

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"Inequality is the central motivating concern of sociology, and there is no better guide to the stratifi cation canon than The Inequality Reader. In this second edition, Grusky and Szelenyi take us on an occasionally challenging, sometimes humorous, often provocative, and always engaging tour of the major works on social stratifi cation." -Dalton Conley, Professor of Sociology, Medicine, and Public Policy, New York University "Grusky and Szelenyi's The Inequality Reader continues to set the standard for comprehensiveness and timeliness as a resource for students of social stratifi cation." -Douglas S. Massey, Henry G. Bryant Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs, Princeton University "The Inequality Reader is a remarkably rich and diverse collection, suitable for undergraduates encountering sociological analysis for the first time as well as graduate students looking for a comprehensive overview of the main strands of sociological thinking and research on inequality." -Erik Olin Wright, Vilas Distinguished Professor, University Of Wisconsin--Madison, and President-Elect, American Sociological Association Praise for the First Edition: "Grusky and Szelenyi have compiled a comprehensive set of essential readings that introduce students to both classical sociological thinking and modern ideas about stratification. This is an excellent resource." -Lisa A. Keister, Professor of Sociology, Duke University "This is a beautifully designed resource for teachers and students. The Inequality Reader reveals not only the comprehensiveness and varieties of inequality, but the interconnectedness of its class-, race-, and gender-based dimensions. With superb selections and a state-of-the-art grasp of the issues, Grusky and Szelenyi show us not only the contemporary depth and breadth of injustice, exclusion, and unfreedom, but also the links between inequality's past and present forms. Highly recommended." -Howard Winant, University of California, Santa Barbara, and author, The World is a Ghetto; Race and Democracy since World War II "Twenty-first century America is characterized by growing inequality and this affects our entire society. This collection of readings documents, explains, and debates the causes and consequences of inequalities in race, class and gender. Grusky and Szelenyi have chosen a rich mix of theoretical and empirical analyses of the most important issues of our time. It is indeed essential reading for anyone who cares about American society and democracy." -Mary C. Waters, Professor of Sociology, Harvard University

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Praise for the First Edition:"Grusky and Szelenyi have compiled a comprehensive set of essential readings that introduce students to both classical sociological thinking and modern ideas about stratification. This is an excellent resource." -Lisa A. Keister, Professor of Sociology, Duke University "This is a beautifully designed resource for teachers and students. The Inequality Reader reveals not only the comprehensiveness and varieties of inequality, but the interconnectedness of its class-, race-, and gender-based dimensions. With superb selections and a state-of-the-art grasp of the issues, Grusky and Szelenyi show us not only the contemporary depth and breadth of injustice, exclusion, and unfreedom, but also the links between inequality's past and present forms. Highly recommended." -Howard Winant, University of California, Santa Barbara, and author, The World is a Ghetto; Race and Democracy since World War II "Twenty-first century America is characterized by growing inequality and this affects our entire society. This collection of readings documents, explains, and debates the causes and consequences of inequalities in race, class and gender. Grusky and Szelenyi have chosen a rich mix of theoretical and empirical analyses of the most important issues of our time. It is indeed essential reading for anyone who cares about American society and democracy." -Mary C. Waters, Professor of Sociology, Harvard University

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