4 edition of Class and inequality found in the catalog.
|Statement||MalcolmHamilton and Maria Hirszowicz.|
|Contributions||Hirszowicz, Maria, 1925-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||311|
Get this from a library! Class and inequality: comparative perspectives. [Malcolm Hamilton; Maria Hirszowicz] -- Examines key issues and debates relating to inequality and stratification. It covers such concepts as power, privilege, prestige, class and status, and
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