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Provoking Thought, Changing Talk: Discussing Inequality


  • Lawrence Wallack
  • Lori Dorfman
  • Axel Aubrun
  • Joseph Grady


This occasional publication series is part of the Social Equity and Opportunity Forum in the Dean’s Office of the College of Urban and Public Affairs. Directed by Janet Hammer, Ph.D., the Forum emphasizes the interconnectedness, interdependence, and shared values that are the connective tissue of our society while working to advance economic and social opportunity and reduce Inequality.

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  • Lawrence Wallack & Lori Dorfman & Axel Aubrun & Joseph Grady, 2010. "Provoking Thought, Changing Talk: Discussing Inequality," Working Papers id:2548, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:2548 Note: Institutional Papers

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    1. Samira Guennif, 2009. "Aids In India," Working Papers id:1974, eSocialSciences.
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