The Sociology of Discrimination: Race Discrimination in Employment, Housing, Credit and Consumer Markets

‘The Sociology of Discrimination: Racial Discrimination in Employment, Housing, Credit, and Consumer Markets’ maps the presence of discrimination, specifically racial discrimination, in four domains- (a) Employment (b) Housing (c) Credit Market (d) Consumer Interactions. The study find that while progress has been made since early 1960s, racial biases continue to impact access to resources on an everyday basis. This has a patterned impact on all SDGs, specifically SDG 10.

Source: Annual Review of Sociology

People Involved: Devah Pager and Hana Shepherd