Reviewd by: Frederico Cantante
Witte, James C. and Susan E. Mannon (2010), The Internet and Social Inequalities, New York, Routledge.
The Internet reproduces and accentuates the social inequalities. The analysis of this phenomenon must go beyond the simple questioning about Internet access and look into its uses.
Reviewed by: Frederico Cantante
This work seeks to refute the assumptions of reflexivity and individualisation theories and demonstrates the structural power of social classes in explaining social practices, attitudes and trajectories.
Milanovic, Branko (2011), The Haves and the Have-Nots. A Brief and Idiosyncratic History of Global Inequality, New York, Basic Books.
Do you know that the income of the world’s richest 1,75% matches the income of the poorest 77%?