5 edition of The end of inequality found in the catalog.
The end of inequality
|Statement||Stephen Ansolabehere, James M. Snyder, Jr.|
|Series||Issues in American democracy|
|Contributions||Snyder, James M.|
|LC Classifications||KF4905 .A96 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 320 p. :|
|Number of Pages||320|
|LC Control Number||2007045605|
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Corey M. Abramson’s book, The End Game: How Inequality Shapes Our Final Years, with its insightful exploration of later life and the inequalities that shape it, is an especially welcome addition to the literature Abramson’s book offers something of value to all readers, and its critical message concerning age inequalities is one they Brand: Harvard. Corey Abramson’s book, The End Game: How Inequality Shapes Our Final Years, takes readers on a journey through geriatric inequality to show how on the west coast of the US the supposed golden years of post-employment for many individuals is an illusion, and in reality retirement is a corrosive quotidian struggle on body and soul, writes Michael Warren. Reducing Rape and Sexual Assault. As we have seen, gender inequality also manifests itself in the form of violence against women. A sociological perspective tells us that cultural myths and economic and gender inequality help lead to rape, and that the rape problem goes far beyond a few psychopathic men who rape women.
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Four decades later, the degree of racial inequality has barely changed. To understand what went wrong, Patrick Sharkey argues that we have to understand what has happened to African American communities over the last several decades.