In The New Geography of Global Inequality, Firebaugh describes the surprising decrease in global income inequality. The writer claims that this is due to the spread of consumer capitalism that is polarizing the worldwide distribution of income. The book also states how income inequality peaked in the late twentieth century across nations. The book also describes the causes of income inequality.
In The Nanny Chain, Hoschschild talks about human emotions and feelings. The essay also describes how immigration has influenced different economies around the world. This is because immigration brings in skilled and unskilled workers to these countries.
In Poorer By Comparison, Smeeding describes how the United States of America treats domestic antipoverty policy. The writer compares poverty in the United States and other countries around the world. This helps the reader understand the relative effectiveness of American social policy.
In Life at the Top is Longer, Scott starts by describing how people of different social status experience heart attacks. It shows how in society people get different healthcare depending on their status.
In Health, Income and Inequality, Mulahy, Robert and Wolfe describe how inequality might affect health and vice versa. It also describes as to whether economic inequality predicts the size of health disparities between educational or economic groups.
In Unequal Childhoods, Lareau describes how social class shapes parenting in an unexpected fashion in white and African American families. The writer examines social class in the transition to adulthood in families.
In The Digital Reproduction of Inequality, Hargittai describes how information and communication technologies influence people’s lives in current society. This technology is used for the distribution of knowledge and information across countries. ICT has great influence