Published April 1, 2003
by Blackwell Publishing Limited .
Written in English
|Contributions||Peter Braham (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||360|
Introduces sociological perspectives on social divisions and differences. Draws on examples mainly from the UK and the US. Uses ideas of citizenship and social justice to analyse social divisions. Looks at the inter-relationship between various social divisions and differences. Forms part of a four-book series on sociology and society. Preface. Social Differences and Divisions: Introduction (Peter Braham and Linda Jones) Chapter 1. 'Place, Lifestyle and Social Divisions' (Linda Jones and Gerry Mooney) Chapter 2. 'Social Exclusion and Class Analysis' (Mike Savage) Chapter 3. 'Understanding Gender Divisions: Feminist Perspectives' (Linda Jones) Chapter 4. These differences include those associated with gender, sexual orientation, age, social class, religion, and ability. To take one example, social class continues to persist as a significant difference within and between communities in a world where poverty shows few signs of disappearing. Books shelved as social-class-differences: Boys of Brayshaw High by Meagan Brandy, The Day He Came Back by Penelope Ward, Improper Relations by Juliana R.
Introduces sociological perspectives on social divisions and differences. Draws on examples mainly from the UK and the US. Uses ideas of citizenship and social justice to analyse social divisions. Looks at the inter–relationship between various social divisions and differences. Forms part of a four–book series on sociology and society. Apr 10, · Buy Social Differences and Divisions (Sociology and Society) by Peter Braham, Linda Janes (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low /5(3). This book asks whether gender division of labour which subordinate women need be either universal or inevitable, and whether explanations for these divisions are the product of ethnocentric and male-dominated research and methodology. different types of society against the background of different explanations for gender differences and divisions, ranging from sociobiology to marxist-feminist. ‘Social divisions’ refers to regular patterns of division in society that are associated with membership of particular social groupings, generally in terms of advantages and disadvantages, inequalities and differences. Systematic social divisions – such as generation, gender, sexuality, race/ethnicity and social class – are both shaped.
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