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Julie McMullin and Josh Curtis

Understanding Social Inequality: Intersections of Class, Age, Gender, Ethnicity, and Race in Canada, Third Edition

ISBN 13: 9780199010929

About the Book

Now in its third edition, Understanding Social Inequality examines the full scope of inequality in Canada today. The text's two-part structure introduces theories of class, gender, age, ethnicity, and race before examining case studies and examples demonstrating the consequences of inequality. This allows students to form their own conclusions about why social inequality remains prevalent and the potential actions that can be taken to eradicate it.


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