Accessible and engaging, the second edition of Social Inequality: A Student's Guide is your essential guide to social inequality and stratification. Covering key theories, ideologies and concepts, this book brings a complex social phenomenon to life with contemporary examples and learning features. Offering a nuanced analysis of the subject, this book includes:
· Two new chapters on Youth and Age, and Health and Disability
· Updated coverage of sexuality and transgender issues
· Discussions on migration and asylum-seeking
· A global context, offering a comparative discussion on social inequalities, policy, and justice
Lucidly written, this is a key companion that will enhance your understanding of the dynamics of social inequality.