This title was first published in 1980: This study of the problems in America's health care system addresses three questions that have developed since the 1960s: why are care costs in America higher than elsewhere; how can costs be reduced without loss of quality; and what is the state of research, prevention and public information?
Part 1: Transformations of Class Structure Early Stages of the Socialist Class Structure. The Influence of Technical-Economic and Historical-Cultural Contexts on the Differentiation and Integration of Social Classes. Urbanization and Resulting Changes in Class Structure and Education. Part 2: Social Mobility Tranformations of Social Structure and Social Mobility in Poland. Intergenerational Mobility in Cities. The Role of Education in the Process of Intragenerational Mobility Part 3: Class Consciousness and Class Interests Relations between Classes and Perception of Social Class Distance. Evaluations of Individual Earnings and Family Income. Power in the Value Systems of Selected Social Groups. Labor Unions and the Working Class: An Analysis of Participation In Power.
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