Social Inequality

ISBN-10: 0871546213

ISBN-13: 9780871546210

Edition: 2004

Authors: Kathryn M. Neckerman

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List price: $49.95
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Russell Sage Foundation
Publication date: 6/18/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 1043
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.00" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 2.398
Language: English

Family and neighborhoodp. 1
The uneven spread of single-parent families : what do we know? : where do we look for answers?p. 3
Women's education and family timing : outcomes and trends associated with age at marriage and first birthp. 79
Neighborhoods, poverty, and children's well-beingp. 119
Investments in childrenp. 147
Trends in children's attainments and their determinants as family income inequality has increasedp. 149
Inequality in parental investment in child-rearing : expenditures, time, and healthp. 189
Inequality in school and workp. 221
Inequality in early childhood education and care : what do we know?p. 223
Progress in schoolingp. 271
College-going and inequalityp. 319
Digital inequality : from unequal access to differentiated usep. 355
The shareholder value society : a review of the changes in working conditions and inequality in the United States, 1976 to 2000p. 401
The changing distribution of education finance, 1972 to 1997p. 433
School inequality : what do we know?p. 467
Inequality in healthp. 521
Health, income, and inequalityp. 523
The income-health relationship and the role of relative deprivationp. 545
Inequality in life and death : what drives racial trends in U.S. child death rates?p. 569
Inequality in political participationp. 633
Political equality : what do we know about it?p. 635
An analytical perspective on participatory inequality and income inequalityp. 667
What, me vote?p. 703
Civic transformation and inequality in the contemporary United Statesp. 729
Inequality and public policyp. 769
Crime, punishment, and American inequalityp. 771
The consequences of income inequality for redistributive policy in the United Statesp. 797
Income distribution and public social expenditure : theories, effects, and evidencep. 821
Politics, public policy, and inequality : a look back at the twentieth centuryp. 861
Inequality in wealthp. 893
U.S. black-white wealth inequalityp. 895
Methods and conceptsp. 931
Assessing the effect of economic inequalityp. 933
How inequality may affect intergenerational mobilityp. 969
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