Upper Middle Class Social Reproduction : Wealth, Schooling, and Residential Choice in Chile
In the contemporary context of increasing inequality and various forms of segregation, this volume analyzes the transition to neoliberal politics in Santiago de Chile. Using an innovative methodological approach that combines georeferenced data and multi-stage cluster analysis, Méndez and Gayo study...
Springer International Publishing
|Edition:||1st ed. 2019|
|Collection:||Springer eBooks 2005- - Collection details see MPG.ReNa|
- Ascending Residential and Social
- 3. Common Ground: On the Centrality of Residential and School Choice
- 4. Frantic Lives and Practices of Socio-Cultural Differentiation
- 5. Neither Conservatives nor Progressives: Fragmentation in the Cultural Repertoires of the Upper Middle Class
- 6. Inheritors, Achievers, and Incomers: Wrapping up a Multidimensional Approach to Social Reproduction.