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A Literacia dos Adultos: Competências-Chave na Sociedade do Conhecimento
Patrícia Ávila

This work examines social inequalities in the field of the key competences needed in contemporary societies from a bolder point of view than academic capital, which is usually measured in certificates.



Um Olhar Sobre a Pobreza Infantil. Análise das Condições de Vida das Crianças
Amélia Bastos e outros

This study of child poverty is based on a survey of a sample of around 5,000 children living in seven municipalities in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area (Amadora, Cascais, Lisbon, Loures, Odivelas, Oeiras and Sintra) in the 2004/05 and 2005/06 academic years (the children were the statistical unit, par excellence, as they answered themselves, followed by validation by the school).

Le Système des Inégalités
Alain Bihr e Roland Pfefferkorn

This book takes a theoretic and methodological approach to the issue of social inequality. The empirical data refer to France and the analysis re-conceptualises the understanding of this phenomenon.

La Discrimination Négative
Robert Castel

This book analyses the negative discrimination mechanisms against young people of immigrant origin in French suburbs. It discusses the deficits in full citizenship and effective equality and French society's contradictory relationship with the ethnic question. 

Vulnerabilidade e Exclusão Social no Portugal Contemporâneo
Alfredo Bruto da Costa

This book is divided into two parts. The first consists of two chapters on the theory of poverty and social exclusion issues. The second comprises three empirical chapters that analyse data from different sources and surveys.

Sociedade e Conhecimento - Portugal no Contexto Europeu, vol. II.
António Firmino Costa, Fernando Luís Machado e Patrícia Ávila

As a decisive factor in the structuring of the social and economic reality, knowledge is the motto for the analysis and discussion of a wide range of subject areas in this book. The chapters conclude that school capital tends to create and reproduce social inequality in Portugal. The Portuguese population?s relative lack of educational resources places the country in an unfavourable position at international level [1].

Inequality: Social Class and Its Consequences
D. Standley Eitzen e Janis E. Johnston (orgs.)

This is a compilation of writings published in recent years in different formats (scientific papers, newspaper articles, books, etc).

La Raison Scolaire
Bernard Lahire

The explanation of academic failure should be based on an analysis of students? relationship with the type of language used at school. The operability of the cultural capital of families of origin in defining students' school pathways depends largely on the conditions in which these dispositions are transmitted.

Gender Inequality: Feminist Theory and Politics
Judith Lorber

This is an analysis of the feminist movement's views of gender inequalities in the last 40 years. The book addresses the main policies and theories on these inequalities. It also looks at the new lines of research on feminism in the 20th century.

Desigualdades, Desregulação e Riscos nas Sociedades Contemporâneas
José Madureira Pinto e Virgílio Borges Pereira

This work is the result of reflection at the International Science Colloquy held at Oporto University Faculty of Arts in September 2006. Among other contributions, it contains a number of approaches to the issues of social inequalities and social exclusion. Starting from different angles of analysis, they not only question some of the processes producing and reproducing these phenomena, but also make suggestions for sociologically informed intervention.
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