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Author: Robert V. Robinson
ISBN: 0892325631
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Pages 296 pages
Publisher Jai Pr (December 1, 1985)
Language English
Category: Other
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by Robert V. Robinson


The study of social inequality is and has been one of the central preoccupations of social scientists.

The study of social inequality is and has been one of the central preoccupations of social scientists.

It was established in 1981 and is published by Elsevier on behalf of the International Sociological.

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Social stratification plays an intricate role in American society . The more a majority discriminates in social intercourse against a minority, the smaller is the discrepancy between the majorities lower and the minorities higher rate of intergroup associations, (Blau, 2002: . ). Despite the social intercourse that occurs between the different socio-economic classes, upper class citizens continue to discriminate against lower class citizens continuing the system of social stratifications found throughout American.

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This issue also marks a continuation of the ties developed between RSSM and the Social Stratification and Mobility section of the International Sociological Association (RC-28).

Stanford, CA: Stanford Univ. Maralani, . and R. D. Mare. Unobserved Heterogeneity, Demographic Mechanisms, and the Intergenerational Effects of Increasing Women’s Schooling.