Complex Inequality: Gender, Class, and Race in the New Economy

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Routledge, 2001 - Business & Economics - 237 pages
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The American economy is in good shape: profits are soaring, employment is expanding, and technological advances abound. Yet inequality between genders and among races still exists. In Complex Inequality , Leslie McCall sifts through the complexities surrounding wage differences and economic restructuring to provide an important new understanding of the differences gender, race, and class make in inequality. McCall's vision of inequality will offer a new way to approach and address the complexities of inequality.

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Leslie McCall is Assistant Professor of Sociology at Rutgers University.

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