Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Number of pages: 323
Weight: 542 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 25 mm
Edition: 2nd ed. 2009
'This book confidently crosses the chasm between theory and action. It is a major achievement which deserves to be on the reading list of every politician, academic and activist concerned about social inequity and justice'
-Professor Madeleine Arnot, Chair of Sociology of Education, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, UK
'This is a truly extraordinary book, combining sophisticated philosophical discussion of the fundamental moral issues linked to equality with solid sociological analysis of existing institutions and how they work to generate inequality, and provocative political analysis of strategies to transform those institutions...It provides a powerful framework for a new egalitarianism for the 21st century'
-Erik Olin Wright, Vilas Distinguished Professor of Sociology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
'The book is astonishing in its scope'
-Jonathan Wolff, Professor and Head of Department of Philosophy, University College London, UK
'This book makes a significant contribution to the field and is a positive sign of things to come from the equality studies discipline'
-Faith Armitage, Feminist Review
'This is a well-researched text, which benefits from international a well as local examples of equality and inequality...This book represents one small step on the road to a greater equality'
-Pedagogy, Culture and Society
'The book provides a thorough examination of the politics and theory of equality and should be read by academics, equality lawyers, students, activists and anyone who desires a more equal world'
-Harriet Samuels, Feminist Legal Studies
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