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Global Inequalities



April 1996 | 240 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This readable, sociologically interpretive book focuses through the lens of stratification and inequality, on the global distribution of wealth and power, and how the world's societies interact with one another.

The authors examine a wide variety of topics - from global economic trends to ethnic conflicts - in four regions: Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas. They use academic models and theories to help make sense of current events and help place them in an appropriate context; these are enhanced by the use of lively stories and examples from the press.

 
Introduction
 
Global Inequalities
 
Constructing a Model of Global Inequality
 
Africa
A Continued Decline?  
 
Asia
An Emerging Giant  
 
Europe
United or Divided?  
 
The Americas
Reinventing Ourselves  
 
Creating a Better World

McMichael text more current and comprehensive in terms of coverage of economic (public and private) and political institutions, as well as social and cultural impacts, trends and countermovements.

Professor Joanna Kirk
Political Science Dept, Suny College at Geneseo
November 5, 2009

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