By Stefan Svallfors
The chapters, each one written by means of a uncommon social scientist, are of curiosity to either students and scholars. this is often the single publication to this point to take inventory of the cutting-edge in stratification learn, interpreting information, equipment, conception, and new empirical findings. Analyzing Inequality deals an strangely and impressively huge insurance of considerable themes within the field.
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Analyzing Inequality: Life Chances and Social Mobility in Comparative Perspective (Studies in Social Inequality) by Stefan Svallfors