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India: Social Development Report 2016—Disability Rights Perspectives

  The India: Social Development Report 2016—Disability Rights Perspectives presents new research in disability studies, a little understood subject in the social sciences and humanities in India, as also in the development discourse. The disproportionate disadvantage, exclusion and stigmatization suffered by persons with disabilities are...

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Public Sociology

White monopoly capital: Good politics, bad sociology, worse economics

  Many would like to consign the polarising debate about “white monopoly capitalism” (WMC) in South Africa to the margins. They argue that its proponents are nothing more than Marxist...

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Social and Economic Inequalities

The science of inequality: why people prefer unequal societies

  Anyone looking for evidence that people have a natural aversion to inequality will find numerous laboratory studies that seemingly confirm their view. Studies have found “a universal desire for more equal...

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Gender and Human Rights

Same-sex marriage legalised in Taiwan, but there’s still work ahead to ensure equal rights

  Software engineer Cindy Su and her partner of three years are among many same-sex couples who are celebrating after Taiwan’s top court declared on Wednesday (May 24) that same-sex...

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Social Justice & Democratization

The higher the inequality, the more likely we are to move away from democracy

  In every political system, the rich tend to hold more power – but the relationship between politics, economics and inequality is complex. To better understand these critical issues, we...

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