Climbing (August 2010)

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S. class structure uses exploitation as the de ning element (Wright and Cho 1992; Western and Wright 1994). Classes and class locations are distinguished by an individual s ability to exploit or be exploited on the basis of (1) property, (2) organizational authority, or (3) expertise or skill. Combining these three criteria, Wright identi ed several class locations within this structure of class relationships. The most elemental distinction involves those who have property from those who do not (owners vs.

Street crimes, white-collar crimes, and hate crimes are each discussed. Inequality also has played a role in generating high crime rates, and raising questions about environmental justice. On a broader level, the labor, civil rights, and women s movements can be viewed as reactions to economic and political inequalities based on class, race, and gender, inequalities that are perceived as unjust. Chapter 12 surveys the history of these movements and their relationship to inequality. Part Four of the book examines what has been happening to the system of inequality and what is being done about it.

Married men and women, for example, agree that both the husband s and wife s incomes affect their class position equally, but they differ on whether their own as well as their spouse s educations help de ne their class position (Yamaguchi and Wang 2002). S. class structure, there are also many ways in which their views Social Inequality: Forms, Causes, and Consequences, Seventh Edition, by Charles E. Hurst. Published by Allyn and Bacon. Copyright © 2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. Chapter 2 * Economic Inequality vary, resulting in an overall amorphous, nonuniform image of the class structure as a whole.

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