The New Class Society

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  • Author : Earl Wysong
  • Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
  • Pages : 404 pages
  • ISBN : 1442205296
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The New Class Society

The New Class Society
  • Author : Earl Wysong,Robert Perrucci,David Wright
  • Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
  • Release : 11 July 2013
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The New Class Society introduces students to the sociology of class structure and inequalities as it asks whether or not the American dream has faded. The fourth edition of this powerful book demonstrates how and why class inequalities in the United States have been widened, hardened, and become more entrenched than ever. The fourth edition has been extensively revised and reorganized throughout, including a new introduction that offers an overview of key themes and shorter chapters that cover a wider

The New Class War

The New Class War
  • Author : Michael Lind
  • Publisher : Penguin
  • Release : 21 January 2020
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In both Europe and North America, populist movements have shattered existing party systems and thrown governments into turmoil. The embattled establishment claims that these populist insurgencies seek to overthrow liberal democracy. The truth is no less alarming but is more complex: Western democracies are being torn apart by a new class war. In this controversial and groundbreaking new analysis, Michael Lind, one of America’s leading thinkers, debunks the idea that the insurgencies are primarily the result of bigotry, traces

Fantasies of the New Class

Fantasies of the New Class
  • Author : Stephen Schryer
  • Publisher : Columbia University Press
  • Release : 15 March 2011
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America's post–World War II prosperity created a boom in higher education, expanding the number of university-educated readers and making a new literary politics possible. Writers began to direct their work toward the growing professional class, and the American public in turn became more open to literary culture. This relationship imbued fiction with a new social and cultural import, allowing authors to envision themselves as unique cultural educators. It also changed the nature of literary representation: writers came to depict

The New Class in Post Industrial Society

The New Class in Post Industrial Society
  • Author : John McAdams
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 08 April 2016
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The traditional class analysis of politics in industrial societies described a conflict that pitted the well-off business class against the working class in a "democratic class struggle." This book holds that economic development has produced a New Class which rivals the business class in the politics of post-industrial societies.

The New Politics of Class

The New Politics of Class
  • Author : Geoffrey Evans,James Tilley
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 16 February 2017
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This book explores the new politics of class in 21st century Britain. It shows how the changing shape of the class structure since 1945 has led political parties to change, which has both reduced class voting and increased class non-voting. This argument is developed in three stages. The first is to show that there has been enormous social continuity in class divisions. The authors demonstrate this using extensive evidence on class and educational inequality, perceptions of inequality, identity and awareness, and

The New Black Middle Class in the Twenty First Century

The New Black Middle Class in the Twenty First Century
  • Author : Bart Landry
  • Publisher : Rutgers University Press
  • Release : 20 July 2018
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Although past research on the African American community has focused primarily on issues of discrimination, segregation, and other forms of deprivation, there has always been some recognition of class diversity within the black population. The New Black Middle Class in the Twenty-First Century is a significant contribution to the continuing study of black middle class life. Sociologist Bart Landry examines the changes that have occurred since the publication of his now-classic The New Black Middle Class in the late 1980s,

The New Middle Classes

The New Middle Classes
  • Author : Arthur J. Vidich
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 27 July 2016
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This volume is designed first to provide a theoretical orientation and historical perspective on the rise of the middle classes in modern civilization, and second, to portray the social and political roles these classes have played and continue to play in the United States over the past century, with particular reference to the American class structure and political economy. Our method is necessarily both historical and sociological and offers an orientation for understanding contemporary American society. The essays included here