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Class: Key Concept in Sociology
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This succinct introductory text argues that class remains a key concept in sociology. The author examines the classic contributions of Marx and Weber and the recent works of Wright and Goldthorpe. The book provides students with an accessible review of class structures, social mobility, inequality, politics and the potential classlessnes of Britain and America. Published February 20th by Routledge first published September 16th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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