Repositioning Class: Social Inequality in Industrial Societies

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In recent years the death of social class has been regularly reported - such pronouncements have been as exaggerated as they were untimely. Social class is as important to the understanding of late twentieth-century industrial societies as it was to their early twentieth-century counterparts. This book aims to explain why class has persisted as such a potent social force. In Repositioning Class Gordon Marshall uses the comparative study of British experiences in relation to those of the United States, Scandinavia and ...

Repositioning Class: Social Inequality in Industrial Societies 1997, Sage Publications Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9780761955580

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Repositioning Class: Social Inequality in Industrial Societies 1997, Sage Publications Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9780761955573

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