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《新阶级社会:美国梦的终结?》(第四版)介绍了新阶级结构和不平等的社会学,它追问美国梦是否已经逐渐消逝。这部力作揭示出美国阶级不平等如何以及为何扩大、加剧并变得比以往更加根深蒂固。第四版已经经过全面修订和重新组织,包括一个概述了核心主题的新引言,以及几个涵盖更广泛主题的较短章节。新资料涉及对“大衰退”及其持续影响的讨论、中产阶级的消亡、不断上升的大学成本和不断增加的学生债务、电子媒体在塑造人们对阶级的看法方面的作用等。
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  • 文前辅文
  • 图表目录
  • 致谢
  • 引言
    1. 分裂的现实:梦与冰山
  • 第1章 美国阶级:我们曾经的方式
    1. 美国阶级结构:1930~1945年
    2. 美国阶级结构:1945~1975年
    3. 描绘阶级结构:过去的传统
  • 第2章 美国新阶级结构
    1. 描绘新阶级结构
    2. 生成性资本与阶级结构
    3. 生成性资本和权力
    4. 双钻石型阶级结构
    5. 组织和不平等:阶级、性别、种族
    6. 定义美国新阶级结构
  • 第3章 新经济和新阶级结构
    1. 新经济
    2. 新经济:急性与慢性危机
    3. 结论
  • 第4章 全球经济和阶级不平等
    1. 创造全球经济:通往公司利润之路
    2. 创造新工人阶级
    3. 全球经济:贸易逆差和工作岗位
    4. 无家的好处:无国跨国公司
    5. 结论
  • 第5章 中产阶级如何消亡
    1. 什么是中产阶级?
    2. 不平等趋势:中产阶级的收入、资源、机会
    3. 阶级两极化和阶级固化
    4. 中产阶级如何消亡:千刀万剐
  • 第6章 阶级利益冲突和阶级战争
    1. 公司和冲突的阶级利益
    2. 美国的阶级战争
    3. 不平等的冰山:阶级战争、维持和合法化
    4. 冰山、梦想和细节
  • 第7章 无形的阶级帝国
    1. 无形的阶级帝国和金三角
    2. 影子政治产业
    3. 联邦游说:精英阶级在华盛顿的影响
  • 第8章 政治金融:金钱至上
    1. 联邦竞选财务法:过去和现在
    2. 增长的竞选活动费用
    3. 政治金融共同体:超级阶级捐赠至关重要
    4. 互联网怎么样?
    5. 民主党怎么样?
    6. 点的连接
  • 第9章 政策规划和全阶级游说
    1. 政策规划网络
    2. 全阶级游说:投资特权
    3. 超级阶级利益、政治权力和合法性
  • 第10章 信息产业
    1. 主流公司媒体
    2. 主流意识形态过程
    3. 舆论塑造过程
    4. 倾向性言论控制过程
    5. 信息产业:结论
  • 第11章 教育特权:梦想、分流和凝固
    1. 美国的教育体系
    2. 美国梦的力量
    3. 分轨和分流
    4. 普林斯顿和无名小镇:逐渐“凝固”?
    5. 持续不平等的未来?
  • 第12章 日常生活中的和解
    1. 增长还是衰败:精英阶级对美国小城镇的威胁
    2. 禁毒战争与和解
    3. 政治与和解:《美国爱国者法案》
  • 第13章 文化产业与和解
    1. 和解与挑衅:日常生活的两面性
  • 第14章 21世纪的阶级
    1. 当前的现实性检视
    2. 过去是序章吗?
    3. 阶级不平等的未来
  • 索引
  • 译后记
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