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Social Inequality provides a clear and concise overview of social inequality and the key social divisions in today's contemporary global world. This is essential reading for our health students with key concepts defined and discussed in an an accessible manner. An excellent text.
An engaging and comprehensive guide to the multifaceted dimensions of contemporary social inequality. This excellent book will serve as an ideal introductory text for students of social policy, sociology, social work and politics or indeed anyone who is concerned with social injustice.
The extensive range of issues explored in the book in relation to social inequality, including the comprehensive analysis of each particular social division, as well as the inclusion of tasks, case studies and key points in each chapter, makes Social Inequality a very recommendable and pedagogical book on this salient and current topic.
The book provides a critical discussion On aspects on inequality. The book has been useful when creating lesson plans and for my continued CPD.
Would highly recommend
This book seemed very focus on inequality in the UK and my students are primarily from the US
A very welcome addition, useful resource for staff and students
Identifies and explores inequality across various groups in society. This provides an insight into the social struggles some individuals face on a daily basis.
This is an essential area of study and understanding for all learning disability Nurses. All students are encouraged to do extra reading around social inequalities.
This is a comprehensive, accessible text on Social Inequalities. This will a great addition to a module I run on Society, education and exclusivity as part of a BA Education studies programme.
The text provides a good insight into the topic of social inequalities and students would find this book very informative. It guides the students from the basic, what is social inequality? to the wider societal contemporary issues that some individuals are faced with today
Seminal information for all studies of contemporary social issues in the UK
Another greatly revised edition which I frequently use for diversity and sociological related teaching and learning for undergraduate and post-qualifying SW students. An invaluable teaching resource - thank you.