Wealth, Power, and Inequality

James William Ainsworth

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Synopsis: "Wealth, Power, and Inequality provides an overview of classic theories of social inequality, and links these theories to contemporary issues such as racism, sexism, discrimination, and wealth and educational disparities.

The book is a compilation of some of the greatest works on the topic by writers including Karl Marx, Max Weber, Kingsley Davis, Daniel Chambliss, and Vincent Roscigno. Each primary source selection is accompanied by an original essay which helps to synthesize the set of readings, and demonstrate their relevance to today's world.

Readers will explore critiques of modern life, principles of social stratification, structural interpretations of racism, and gender as structure. They will also consider black wealth/white wealth, the American dream and the wealth gap, sexual harassment, and ageism.

Wealth, Power, and Inequality gives readers a deeper understanding of the processes that contribute to class, race, and gender-related stratification. It is suitable for upper-division undergraduate sociology courses, particularly those that focus on issues of social inequality. It can also be used in introductory sociology courses highlighting stratification processes and sociological theory. br>
James Ainsworth holds a Ph.D. in sociology from Ohio State University. Dr. Ainsworth is a member of the sociology faculty at Georgia State University, where he teaches at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, including courses in race and ethnic relations, educational sociology, social research methods, and Ph.D. level statistics. His research focuses on issues related to the sociology of education, social stratification, race and ethnic relations, and the family. His work has been published in leading sociology journals including the American Sociological Review, Social Forces, and The Journal of Marriage and the Family."

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