The New Gilded Age: The Critical Inequality Debates of Our Time

By David B. Grusky; Tamar Kricheli-Katz | Go to book overview

STUDIES IN SOCIAL INEQUALITY

Improving Learning Environments: School Discipline and Student Achievement in Comparative Perspective EDITED BY RICHARD ARUM AND MELISSA VELEZ 2012

Broke: How Debt Bankrupts the Middle Class EDITED BY KATHERINE PORTER 2012

Making the Transition: Education and Labor Market Entry in Central and Eastern Europe EDITED BY IRENA KOGAN, CLEMENS NOELKE, AND MICHAEL GEBEL 2011

Class and Power in the New Deal: Corporate Moderates, Southern Democrats, and the Liberal-Labor Coalition BY G. WILLIAM DOMHOFF AND MICHAEL J. WEBBER 2011

Social Class and Changing Families in an Unequal America EDITED BY MARCIA J. CARLSON AND PAULA ENGLAND 2011 Dividing the Domestic: Men, Women, and Household Work in Cross-National Perspective EDITED BY JUDITH TREAS AND SONJA DROBNIČ 2010

Gendered Trajectories: Women, Work, and Social Change in Japan and Taiwan BY WEI-HSIN YU 2009

Creating Wealth and Poverty in Postsocialist China EDITED BY DEBORAH S. DAVIS AND WANG FENG 2008

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