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Author(s): Susan Cruise, Norman Dolch, Neller Ree Wells-Lewis, Edward Clayton Polson, Helen K Wise
Social Problems: A Case Study Approach helps students identify with the social problem at hand through a case study at the start of each chapter. The case study provides a common reference point for discussions and questions and helps students relate to the experiences presented.
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Author(s): Helen K Wise
Gender, Race, Class provides a sociological overview of the impact of systems of inequality on populations in the United States. In particular, the book highlights how systems of inequality perpetuate themselves over generations and results in greater economic, gender, racial, and ethnic disparity. Designed for students to explore the deeper cultural and structural understanding of race, class, and gender, the text seeks to provide an appreciation for diversity and recognition of intersectionality.