Structured Inequality in the United States: Critical Discussions on the Continuing Significance of Race, Ethnicity, and Gender
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Structured Inequality in the United States: Critical Discussions on the Continuing Significance of Race, Ethnicity, and Gender

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This book focuses on the consequences of structured social inequality for racial and ethnic groups with United States society. It shows readers how oppression, due to race, ethnicity, or gender, still exists today and how it is relevant in everyday life. Examines the relationship between differential access to valued resources and the social position of racial and ethnic m...more
Paperback, 426 pages
Published February 1st 2007 by Prentice Hall (first published December 19th 1999)
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