social inequality 1 - Medhanie Mesfin Mr. Smith Comp I...

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Medhanie Mesfin Mr. Smith Comp I Social Inequality The social inequality of people depends on the impact of the economic decline and growing gap between the rich and the poor especially on the African Americans society. According to the dictionary definition, Inequality is Social or economic disparity. The main idea of these authors is the pressing of inequality in America that exists among social classes. In the ideas of Jeremy Seabrook, Leonce Gaitar, and Herbert J. Gans people’s social life divided into different group of social classes. Their key idea of these authors is about the inequity of lower class people living standard. Inequality is a statistical term in which the participants appear only as victims or beneficiaries. Jeremy Seabrook in “What are ‘Classes’ and ‘inequality” that talks about the different classes of white and black people; and how societies are stratified in one way or another in hierarchies of power and financial status. Seabrook also discuss as the idea of feudalism toward the classification of people social life. In the same point Leonce Gaitar in “The Revolt of the Black Bourgeoisie” by making a similar point about diversity of people’s lives based on their race rather than the work achieved by the people. Gaiters also state the reason of many lower class people facing the economic problems; especially on the black and Hispanic
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2011 for the course COMP 1110 taught by Professor Helen during the Spring '08 term at University of North Texas Health Science Center.

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