More Than Class


Examines the changing texture of power relations in non-traditional U.S. worksites.

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Studying Power in U.S. Workplaces

Edited by Ann E. Kingsolver
State University of New York (SUNY) Press

More Than Class examines the changing texture of power relations in U.S. workplaces, focusing on sites ranging from security booths to bedrooms to mining shafts, rather than the traditional shop floor. The contributors see class analysis as a powerful tool for thinking about and addressing inequalities at the core of U.S. economic and social organization. They also take a look at ways to use new approaches–e.g., analysis of the intersections of identity and empowerment or disempowerment through constructions of race, ethnicity, and gender–to study subtle and not-so-subtle power relations in workplaces.

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Weight 10.9 oz
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 0.5 in


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