The Canadian Class Structure
This text is intended for the second or third year courses on stratification in Canada. It offers a politically informed overview of class-related inequalities in Canada. The book has been thoroughly revised through the use of current examples and up-to-date empirical research.
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Chapter Two INDICATORS AND PERCEPTIONS OF CLASS
Chapter Three THE STRUCTURE OF CLASS INEQUALITY
Chapter Four ASCRIBED STATUS AND THE CLASS STRUCTURE
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