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Social class : how does it work? / Annette Lareau and Dalton Conley, editors.

Publication:
New York : Russell Sage Foundation, c2008.
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viii, 388 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
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Subjects:
Social classes -- United States.
Class consciousness -- United States.
Contents:
How class works : objective and subjective aspects of class since the 1970s / Michael Hout
Are there social classes? A framework for testing sociology's favorite concept / David B. Grusky and Kim A. Weeden
Education-based meritocracy : the barriers to its realization / John Goldthorpe and Michelle Jackson
Class and the transition to adulthood / Annette Lareau and Elliot B. Weininger
Breaking the class monolith : understanding class differences in black adolescents' attachment to racial identity / Karyn Lacy and Angel L. Harris
Bringing sibling differences in : enlarging our understanding of the transmission of advantage in families / Dalton Conley
Class and politics / Jeff Manza and Clem Brooks
Social inequality and health : future directions for the fundamental cause explanation / Richard M. Carpiano, Bruce G. Link, and Jo C. Phelan
Race, class, and neighborhoods / Mary Pattillo
What does class inequality among women look like? A comparison with men and families, 1970-2000 / Leslie McCall
Logics of class analysis / Erik Olin Wright
Two oppositions in studies of class : a reflection / John Goldthorpe
Reflections on "class matters" / Janny Scott
Class notes / Roger D. Hodge
Holding up a mirror to a classless society / Ray Suarez
Reading class between the lines (of this volume) : a reflection on why we should stick to folk concepts of social class / Dalton Conley.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Local notes:
Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Albert E. Visk, W'28, Memorial Book Fund.
Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Class of 1953 Fund.
Contributor:
Lareau, Annette.
Conley, Dalton, 1969-
Albert E. Visk, W'28, Memorial Book Fund.
Class of 1953 Fund.
ISBN:
9780871545060
0871545063
OCLC:
184982444