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Injustice: Why Social Inequality Persists [Hardcover]

Daniel Dorling
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"A geographer maps the injustices of Selfish Capitalism with scholarly detachment." --Oliver James, author of 'Affluenza'

"Beliefs which serve privilege, elitism and inequality, infect our minds like computer viruses. But now Dorling provides the brain-cleaning software we need to begin creating a happier society. " --Richard Wilkinson, Emeritus Professor of Social Epidemiology and author of "The Spirit Level"

"For injustice to flourish, inequality must appear as natural, normal, innate, and inevitable. Danny Dorling, in this impassioned, empirical, and hopeful book, skewers ideologies that justify injustice -- and reminds us that a necessary step towards creating a better world is collectively imagining it is possible." --Nancy Krieger, Harvard School of Public Health

About the Author

Danny Dorling is Professor of Human Geography at the University of Sheffield. With colleagues he has published 25 books, including 8 atlases, one now translated into 7 languages. In 2007 (Sir) Simon Jenkins described him as 'Geographer Royal by Appointment to the Left', in 2008 he was appointed Honorary President of the Society of Cartographers, and in 2009 he was presented with the Back Award of the Royal Geographical Society.
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