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Social Divisions Geoff Payne

Social Divisions By Geoff Payne

Social Divisions by Geoff Payne

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The second edition of a highly regarded text

Social Divisions Summary

Social Divisions by Geoff Payne

Society consists of people sharply divided from one another, living different lives and identifying themselves in distinct ways. The social inequalities that underlie these divisions take many forms. This updated and expanded second edition of a successful text explores each of the social divisions. The book includes three major new chapters, on religion, poverty and elites, bringing it up to date with current research and teaching practices. Written by leading academics in each field, with additional pedagogical features, this is a crucial book for all students studying social divisions.

About Geoff Payne

GEOFF PAYNE is Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of Plymouth.

Table of Contents

An Introduction to Social Divisions; Geoff Payne PART 1: THE CORE DIVISIONS Class and Stratification; John Scott Gender; Pamela Abbott Ethnicity; David Mason PART 2: OTHER MAJOR DIVISIONS National Identity; David McCrone Religion; Alan Aldridge Age and Old Age; John A. Vincent Childhood; Stevi Jackson and Sue Scott Sexuality; Sue Scott and Stevi Jackson Disability; Mark Hyde PART 3: ARENAS OF INTERSECTION Health; Judy Payne, Geoff Payne and Matthew Bond Poverty; Lucinda Platt Elites; Philip Stanworth Community; Graham Crowe and Catherine Maclean PART 4: CONCLUSION Social Division and Social Cohesion; Geoff Payne

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Social Divisions by Geoff Payne
Used - Very Good
Palgrave USA
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