Unequal Childhoods: Class, Race, and Family Life was a pleasure to read; not only is it extremely easy to understand and follow, but it’s also fascinating. Lareau begins her book with two overview chapters- one on the different parenting styles she discovered, and another on social structure and daily life. From there, the book is divided.
View Notes - Outline of Unequal Childhoods - Lareau (2003) (1) from SOC 101 at Vanderbilt University. Comprehensive Exam Study Guide Unequal Childhoods: Class Race, and Family Life Annette Lareau.