6 edition of Gendering the vertical mosaic found in the catalog.
Gendering the vertical mosaic
Includes bibliographical references (p. -252) and index.
|LC Classifications||HQ1457 .H35 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 261 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||261|
|LC Control Number||97110959|
"Gendering the Vertical Mosaic" - Book written by Roberta Hamilton, - "Vertical Mosaic" - term by John Porter, first widely recognized as the relationship between ethnicity and class. Vertical mosaic. The Vertical Mosaic: An Analysis of Social Class and Power in Canada, Porter's most important work, was published in by University of Toronto Press. It was the study of equality of opportunity and the exercise of power by bureaucratic, economic and political elites in Canada. Porter was concerned with challenging the image.
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Gendering the Vertical Mosaic: Feminist Perspectives on Canadian Society 2nd Edition. by Roberta Hamilton (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
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This site is like a library, you could find million book here by using search box in the. Gendering the Vertical Mosaic is an excellent introduction to the analysis of Canadian society from a feminist perspective.
Hamilton effectively argues for a fundamental integration of a gendered perspective in our understanding of social processes and after reading the book, it is difficult to contemplate omitting this perspective from consideration of social behaviour.
Gendering the Vertical Mosaic: Feminist Perspectives on Canadian Society (2nd Edition) Paperback – April 23 by Roberta Hamilton (Author) See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and Gendering the vertical mosaic book.
Amazon Price New from Used from Brand: Pearson Canada. First published in this is a much anticipated revision of Professor Hamilton's introduction to Canadian society from a feminist theoretical viewpoint.
The book examines Canadian society and feminist perspectives, and some of the key themes and concerns that have been raised by women's movements in Canada in the past thirty years. FEMINISTS HAVE ADDRESSED WHAT HAS BEEN LEFTOUT, FILLING IN THE SILENCES =è IN THIS PROCESS, THEY DEPOSE, FROM ITS PRIVILEGED LOCATION, THAT WHICH WAS PREVIOUSLY CONSIDERED KNOWLEDGE, AND THEY CALL INTO QUESTION THE ASSUMPTIONS AND METHODS THROUGH WHICH THAT KNOWLEDGE HAS BEEN CREATED AND SHARED.
John Porter's landmark study of social and ethnic inequality, The Vertical Mosaic, became an instant classic when it was first published in A national best seller that sold more thancopies, the book was the first major study of Canada's class structure and one of the foundational texts in Canadian sociology.
Sociologist Irving Louis Horowitz described it as the. Gendering the vertical mosaic: feminist perspectives on Canadian society. Author: Hamilton, Roberta. Publication info: Toronto, ON: Copp Clark Ltd., c The book examines Canadian society and feminist perspectives, and some of the key themes and concerns that have been raised by women's movements in Canada in the past thirty years.
It presents a complete discussion of feminist theories and feminist challenges to the. GENDERING THE VERTICAL MOSAIC. BY ROBERTA HAMILTON. Hamilton, Roberta. Gendering The Vertical Mosaic: Feminist Perspectives On Canadian o: Pearson.
GENDERING THE VERTICAL MOSAIC 2ND. Textbooks can only be purchased by selecting courses. Please visit the Course List Builder to get started. True in the end to her teacher, sociologist John Porter (author of The Vertical Mosaic), Hamilton agrees that dismantling the vertical mosaic requires equality of opportunity, especially provided through education, with its precondition a reasonable standard of living.
“This book is a ‘must’ for those seeking to understand Canadian society, its inner workings and motivations “ The Vertical Mosaic is a milestone in Canadian intellectual history.
Both academics and the general reading public have waited a long time for this study to Cited by: 3. Her gendering of the vertical mosaic is influenced by a process-based understanding of gender; the fluidity and ongoing construction of gender means its Author: Amber Gazso.
Gendering the vertical mosaic: feminist perspectives on Canadian society / Roberta Hamilton. Format Book Published Toronto: Copp Clark, c Description xvi, p.
; 23 cm. Notes Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index. Subject headings Feminism. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, p. ; 24 cm. Contents: Feminist theories --The women's movement(s) --The Canadian state: feminist perspectives --Challenging the state: self-determination, nationalism, and anti-racism --Challenging the sexual division of labour: family, employment, and community --Representation and subjectivity --Global restructuring.
Vertical Mosaic book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This book looks at two important aspects in Canadian society: its class st /5.
Review: Gendering the Vertical Mosaic Though it was not, in fact, the first study to expose in detail the reality of Canada as a class society [Marsh ], John Porter's The Vertical Mosaic  was the first that was widely recognized and it shaped the discpline of sociology in Canada for two decades after its publication.
In this second edition, Roberta Hamilton revisits the intent of her first edition of Gendering the Vertical Mosaic published in[End Page ] to introduce readers to these different feminist viewpoints and understandings of Canadian society.
Continuing in the same vein in this edition, Hamilton effortlessly unravels and differentiates among several feminist theoretical understandings, thereby smoothing out confusion and revealing for readers how Canadian society is a "vertical mosaic.Preface from The Vertical Mosaic THIS BOOK is an attempt to examine the hitherto unexplored subjects of social class and power in Canadian society.
However, because no one volume can present a total picture of a modern society, or even of some aspect of that society, there is much that is left unsaid in this study, and many fascinating paths that remain for later investigations.The Vertical Mosaic.
Book Description: Although this is a sociological study in which evidence in related to social theory, the author has tried to avoid technical terms, and this, together with the particular relevance at the present time of a discussion of the nature of Canadian society, will make this book interesting tolaymen as well as.