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Chapter 1: The Road to Social Inequality: A Conceptual Introduction Chapter 2: In Marx's Wake: Theories of Social Stratification and Social Inequality Chapter 3: Repeat Performance: Globalization Through Time and Space Chapter 4: Foundation for Social Inequality: Concepts and Structures Chapter 5: Heading the Hierarchy: Upper Class or Superclass? Chapter 6: The Badly Besieged Middle Class Chapter 7: Working Class: Estranged from Entitlement Chapter 8: American Poverty: The Dream Turned Nightmare Chapter 9: Racism: A Persistent American Presence Chapter 10: Women's Oppression: Sexism and Intersectionality Chapter 11: Astride with the Best and the Wisest
Since the 1970s, Christopher B. Doob has taught sociology at Southern Connecticut State University. His published works include Sociology: An Introduction (six editions); Social Problems; Race, Ethnicity, and the Urban American Mainstream; and Racism: An American Cauldron, the second edition of which received a Myers Center Award for the Study of Human Rights. In addition, Doob has been active in his community, serving as coordinator for the university's Urban Initiatives, which established math tutoring classes for inner-city children. He has also participated in the struggle for welfare rights and been a long-time volunteer in two local adult-education programs.