OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

The Stacked Deck: An Introduction to Social Inequality (2nd edition)

ISBN : 9780199036752

参考価格(税込): 
¥9,614
著者: 
Jennifer Ball; Lorne Tepperman
ページ
480 ページ
フォーマット
Paperback
サイズ
191 x 234 mm
刊行日
2020年11月
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The most accessible and engaging exploration of the intersections of inequality in Canada. The second edition of The Stacked Deck examines how inequalities are experienced, perpetuated, and remedied on individual, organizational, and governmental levels. Uniquely organized around access to key resources-such as income, housing, education, nutritious food, and safety-this text is an accessible and comprehensive introduction to social inequalities.

目次: 

Preface and Acknowledgements
1. Theories of Social Inequality
Sociology and the Study of Social Inequalities
Sociological Approaches to Inequality
The Sociological Approaches
Sociological Approaches to Neo-liberalism
Social Justice
Intersectionality and Interlocking Disadvantages
Closing Remarks
2. Populations under Discussion
Populations under Discussion
The Peopling of Canadian Society: A Thumbnail History
Colonial History and Current Issues
Low-Income People in Canada
Racialized People in Canada
Young People in Canada
Women in Canada
Seniors in Canada
Immigrants in Canada
Indigenous Peoples in Canada
LGBTQI2S People in Canada
People in Canada with Disabilities
Closing Remarks
3. Employment Income
Introduction to Survival Capital
Theoretical Perspectives on Access to Employment Income
Different Kinds of Capital
Changing Trends in Employment
Immigrants in Canada
Racialized People in Canada
Young People in Canada
Women in Canada
Seniors in Canada
Indigenous Peoples in Canada
LGBTQI2S People in Canada
People in Canada with Disabilities
Strategies of Resistance
4. Access to Daycare and Early Childhood Education
Introduction
Theoretical Perspectives on Childcare and Early Education
Ten Facts You Need to Know About Childcare in Canada.
Children
Parents
Indigenous people in Canada
Parents of Children with Special Needs
Consequences of Unequal Access to Daycare and Early Childhood Education
Strategies of Resistance
Closing Remarks
5. Access to Formal Education
Introduction
Theoretical Perspectives on Access to Formal Education
The Present-Day Inequalities of Access
Low-income People in Canada
Rural students in Canada
Boys and Young Men
Older Students
People in Canada with Disabilities
Indigenous people in Canada
LGBTQI2S People in Canada
Consequences of Unequal Access to Education
Strategies of Resistance
Closing Remarks
6. Access to Housing and Transportation
Introduction
Theoretical Perspectives on Access to Housing and Transportation
Affordable Housing and Homelessness
Emerging Trends in Housing
Low-Income People in Canada
Young People in Canada
Women in Canada
Seniors in Canada
Immigrants in Canada
Racialized Populations and Ethnic Minorities in Canada
Indigenous people in Canada
People in Canada With a Disability
Transportation
Consequences of Unequal Access to Housing or Transportation
Strategies of Resistance
Closing Remarks
7. Access to Nutritious Food
Introduction
Theoretical Perspectives on Access to Nutritious Food
Present-day Food Insecurities
Changing Trends in Access to Nutritious Food
Low-Income People in Canada
Young People in Canada
Women in Canada
Seniors in Canada
Indigenous people in Canada
People in Canada with Disabilities
Consequences of Unequal Access to Nutritious Food
Strategies of Resistance
Closing Remarks
8. Access to Good Health and Health Care
Introduction
Theoretical Perspectives on Access to Health Care
The Social Determinants of Health
Changing Trends in Health Care
Low-Income People in Canada
Women in Canada
Men in Canada
Seniors in Canada
Immigrants in Canada
Indigenous people in Canada
LGBTQI2S People in Canada
People in Canada With Disabilities
Strategies of Resistance
Consequences of Health Inequality
Closing Remarks
9. Access to Legal Representation and Social Services
Introduction
Theoretical Perspectives on Access to Legal Representation and Social Services
Changing Trends in the Demand for Legal and Social Services
Low-Income People in Canada
The Criminal Justice System
Racialized People in Canada
Young People in Canada
Women in Canada
Seniors in Canada
Immigrants in Canada
Indigenous people in Canada
People in Canada with Disabilities
Consequences of Unequal Access to Social Services and Legal Representation
Strategies of Resistance
Closing Remarks
10. Access to Safety
Introduction
Theoretical Perspectives on Access to Safety
Three Things to Know About Crime and Victimization
Low-Income People in Canada
Racialized People in Canada
Young People in Canada
Women in Canada
Immigrants in Canada
Indigenous people in Canada
LGBTQI2S people in Canada
People Who Live in Residential Institutions
Crime as a Consequence of Inequality and the Consequences of Crime
Strategies of Resistance
Closing Remarks
11. Respect and the Reproduction of Inequality in Popular Discourse
Introduction
Theoretical Perspectives on Respect and Inequality
Racialized People in Canada
Women in Canada
Immigrants in Canada
Indigenous people in Canada
LGBTQI2S People in Canada
People in Canada with a Disability
Results of Unequal Access to Respect
Strategies of Resistance
Closing Remarks
12. How Canada Compares: A Snapshot of Inequality Around the World
Introduction
Basic Facts About Global Inequality: The Poor
Basic Facts About Global Inequality: The Rich
Why Is This Happening?
Income from Employment
Housing and Transportation
Day-care and Early Childhood Education
Education
Health Care
Equality, Prosperity, and Happiness
Closing Remarks
13. Conclusion
Glossary
References
Index

著者について: 

Jennifer Ball is a professor of sociology and sustainability at Humber College. Lorne Tepperman is a professor of sociology at the University of Toronto.

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