Race, Class, Gender

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This edition of Race, Class, and Gender in the United States offers is very informative. I must agree with the author because this edition definitely came at a time of crisis and change for the United States. There are so many issues going on in the world and society is definitely affected. This book also outlines social issues that we are faced with on a day to day basis. In this summary, you will find a review of my understandings of social discriminations that are still in existence within our society. In today’s society social discriminations are still in existence. There are also many social variables that define our personal history and determine how we live our lives.

The social variables are gender, race, class, and culture. These variables are very important in defining individuals as well as an individual’s background. Gender, race, class, and culture all assist in determining our past (from a personal perspective) as well as our future. I must admit, that these social variables have played a major role in the development of who I am as well as my personal background. I must admit that dealing with social issues and overcoming situations in my life have also played a role in the individual that I have become. Reading about different social issues and being able to relate is definitely a plus when it comes to reading this book.

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The section on discrimination and everyday life really caught my attention. Many individuals feel that discrimination has ceased, but has not. Social discrimination is still in existence in our society (United States). In Race, Class, and Gender in the United States, Rothenberg provides information that allows readers to gain an understanding about the issue of discrimination and the different types of discrimination. Many are not aware of the different types of discrimination and are often unaware...
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