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Readings for test Ernestine friedl “society and sex roles” Julie hall “it hurts to be a girl” Boom for whom? Albelda and tilly,”it’s a family affair, women, poverty and welfare” Pager and western “race at work” Social class stratification
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Unformatted text preview: Wealth gap Income: assets Racial dimensions of wealth Us as meritocracy or dynasty Self perpetuating elite Declining mobility Economic bom and rising tide, trickle down economics Poverty despite boom (boom 4 whom?)...
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