between Past and Future
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The article relays the major results of the section “Looking back and looking forward: present, past and future of socio-stratification studies” held at the 19th world sociological Congress. The review presents main topics, theoretical foundations and methodology of modern stratification studies. The article makes a point of addressing innovative ideas that enrich sociological knowledge.
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