Journals Higher Education

$65.00

Paperback

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Published: 02 January 2023

368 Pages | 1 map; 24 figures; 28 tables

ISBN: 9780199037407


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Social Inequality in Canada

Dimensions of Disadvantage

Seventh Edition

Edited by Monica Mi Hee Hwang, Edward Grabb, and Jeffrey G. Reitz

  • Contributed by experts in the field, this text is written and edited by Canadian scholars to give students a relevant introduction to social inequality.
  • Expansive breadth of coverage of the structural conditions of social inequality as well as the impact of inequality on people's experiences, outlooks, and behaviours gives students an immersive cross-section of the field.
  • Ten new chapters provide unparalleled coverage of inequality issues related to housing and debt, gender and sexual orientation, Indigenous issues, immigration pathways for caregivers, and the impact of COVID-19 on prisons.
  • Trusted classroom-tested introduction to social inequality reflects the needs of today's students and instructors.
  • Questions for critical thought at the end of each chapter reinforce central concepts while challenging students to develop their own well-reasoned ideas about key issues and debates.

$65.00

Paperback

This item has an extended shipping time. The typical delivery time is 2 weeks.

Published: 02 January 2023

368 Pages | 1 map; 24 figures; 28 tables

ISBN: 9780199037407


Bookseller Code (06)

Also of Interest

Social Inequality in Canada

Dimensions of Disadvantage

Seventh Edition

Edited by Monica Mi Hee Hwang, Edward Grabb, and Jeffrey G. Reitz

  • Contributed by experts in the field, this text is written and edited by Canadian scholars to give students a relevant introduction to social inequality.
  • Expansive breadth of coverage of the structural conditions of social inequality as well as the impact of inequality on people's experiences, outlooks, and behaviours gives students an immersive cross-section of the field.
  • Ten new chapters provide unparalleled coverage of inequality issues related to housing and debt, gender and sexual orientation, Indigenous issues, immigration pathways for caregivers, and the impact of COVID-19 on prisons.
  • Trusted classroom-tested introduction to social inequality reflects the needs of today's students and instructors.
  • Questions for critical thought at the end of each chapter reinforce central concepts while challenging students to develop their own well-reasoned ideas about key issues and debates.

$65.00

Paperback

This item has an extended shipping time. The typical delivery time is 2 weeks.

Published: 02 January 2023

368 Pages | 1 map; 24 figures; 28 tables

ISBN: 9780199037407


Bookseller Code (06)

Also of Interest