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AN INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF SOCIAL INEQUALITY
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AFDC Americans Appalachia argues attainment basic belief benefits blacks Blau capitalism capitalist caste changes chapter cial civil rights civil rights movement crime cultural Danziger defined distribution division of labor dominant earnings economic economic inequality effect elite employment equality example factors families female feminism greater higher ibid important income increased individuals industrial involved labor force labor market labor power less lower major male Marx measure Medicaid ment mobility movement Native Americans nature nomic occupational organizations patriarchy percent person political poor position poverty rate poverty threshold problems programs protest race racial relationship result role sex inequality sex segregation social class socioeconomic specific status groups stratification structure suggests system of inequality theory tion tional U.S. society unions United values viduals wages wealth welfare white-collar white-collar crime women workers