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グローバル時代の社会的不平等(第5版)

Social Inequality in a Global Age

Fifth Edition

Sernau, Scott R.

SAGE Publications, Inc 2016/05
408p.
出版国: US
ISBN: 9781483373973
eISBN: 9781483373997
KNPID: EY00112229

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This updated Fifth Edition of Scott Sernau's acclaimed text provides a sociological framework for analyzing inequality within the United States in the context of global stratification and a rapidly changing world economy. With insightful analysis, the text provides an accessible introduction to stratification systems and the structural and personal realities of growing class divides. Using examples drawn straight from today's headlines, Sernau explores each dimension of inequality as he analyzes the relationship between changing global power and growing inequalities within countries. Throughout, a focus on social action and community engagement encourages students to become involved, active learners in the classroom and engaged citizens in their communities.

Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
Part I: Roots of Inequality
1. The Gordian Knot of Race, Class, and Gender
Dimensions of an Unequal World
Intersections of Race, Class, and Gender in the United States
The Development of Inequality: Race, Class, and Gender Across Societies
A Social Network Understanding of Inequality
2. The Great Debate
The Historical Debate
The Sociological Debate
Reframing the Debate
3. The Global Divide: Inequality Across Societies
Worlds Coming Apart and Coming Together
The Double Divide
The Global Debate
Globalization: The Ties That Bind
Immigration: Seeking to Cross the Divide
The Market Paradox
PART II. DIMENSIONS OF INEQUALITY
4. Class Privilege
Wealth and Property
Occupation
Income
Class Structure
Growing Inequality
5. Racial and Ethnic Inequality
A Debt Unpaid: Internal Colonialism
Middleman Minorities and Ethnic Solidarity
The Analytic Debate: Cultures and Structures of Poverty
Colorful Language
The Color of Justice
6. Gender and Sexual Inequality
When Men Were Men
From Glass Slippers to Glass Ceilings
Work and Family: The Double Burden and the Second Shift
Gender and Class Around the World
Changing Norms on Gender and Sexuality
7. Status Prestige
The Quest for Honor
Socialization: Acquiring Marks of Distinction
Association: Whom You Know
Lifestyles of the Rich and the Destitute
Tastes in Transition
8. Power and Politics
People Power and Powerful People
Who Rules? The Power Elite Debate
Changing the Rules: Campaign Finance Reform
Global Power: Who Really Rules?
PART III. CHALLENGES OF INEQUALITY
9. Moving Up: Education and Mobility
Getting Ahead
Education: Opening Doors, Opening Minds
No Child Left Behind
Ladders With Broken Rungs
10. Abandoned Spaces, Forgotten Places: Poverty and Place
Urban Poverty: Abandoned Spaces
The Making and Unmaking of the Postindustrial City
Brain-Gain and Brain-Drain Cities
Suburban Poverty: The Urban Fringe
Rural Poverty: Forgotten Places
Poverty in the Global Ghetto
11. Reversing the Race to the Bottom: Poverty and Policy
From Welfare to Work
The Challenge of the Margins: Antipoverty Programs
Extreme Poverty: Homelessness and Hunger
Poverty Programs Among Advanced Industrial Nations
The Private World of Poverty
12. Challenging the System: Social Movements in a Global Age
The Enduring Struggle: The Labor Movement
Gender and Power: The Women’s Movement
Gay Rights: Gender Identity, Sexuality, and Equal Access
Race and Power: The Civil Rights Movement
The Happiest Place on Earth
One World After All
Glossary
References
Index
About the Author