Rigging the Game: How Inequality is Reproduced in Everyday Life
In Rigging the Game--a brief, accessible introduction to the study of inequality in American society--Michael Schwalbe investigates how inequality is both created and reproduced. Guided by the questions How did the situation get this way? and How does it stay this way?, Schwalbe tracks inequality from its roots to its regulation. In the final chapter, "Escaping the Inequality Trap," he also shows how inequality can be overcome. Throughout, Schwalbe's engaging writing style draws students into the material, providing instructors with a solid foundation for discussing this challenging and provocative subject.
With its lively combination of incisive analysis and compelling fictional narratives, Rigging the Game is an innovative teaching tool--not only for courses on stratification, but also for social problems courses, introductory sociology courses, and any course that takes a close look at how the inequalities of race, class, and gender are perpetuated.
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Review: Rigging the Game: How Inequality Is Reproduced in Everyday LifeUser Review - Emma Hernandez - Goodreads
I really liked it, but felt it kind of gave really general thoughts on inequality and didn't connect to real events. Maybe that was the author's goal. Overall, it was a good read. Read full review
Review: Rigging the Game: How Inequality Is Reproduced in Everyday LifeUser Review - Tj Thomas - Goodreads
This would be a good book to get a basic explanation of inequalities and how they work and are reproduced. I wanted more from it though. Read full review
INTRODUCTION Thinking Sociologically About Inequality
The Roots of Inequality
Rigging the Game
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