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Class Status and Power
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Ross, Robert. 2010. “Class Status and Power”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


This is the foundation course for all of sociology, for it begins to answer the fundamental questions: how are the things that humans value distributed among them, and why do some get more of those things than others? We will study class -- the economic and social division of material goods and authority; status -- the differential honor or respect...

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Marxist Sociology
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College 200

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