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The Just Meritocracy: IQ, Class Mobility, and American Social Policy epub ebook

by Paul Kamolnick

The Just Meritocracy: IQ, Class Mobility, and American Social Policy epub ebook

Author: Paul Kamolnick
Category: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Praeger (February 28, 2005)
Pages: 168 pages
ISBN: 0275979229
ISBN13: 978-0275979225
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 303
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The Just Meritocracy: IQ. Hopefully Kamolnick's book, despite its bias in favor of radical social engineering, will help to close the fissures that currently separate the hard sciences from the social sciences, and allow a greater degree of biological realism to enter the discourse of future generations of social scientists.

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The just meritocracy: IQ, class mobility, and American social policy. Visions of social justice in Marx: an assessment of recent debates in normative philosophy. Greenwood Publishing Group, 2005. Poznan studies in the philosophy of the sciences and the humanities 60, 335-364, 1998.

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Meritocracy and its discontents. Not everybody is happy with the talent elite. It can boost social mobility and allow all sorts of weird and wonderful talents to bloom

Meritocracy and its discontents. In America, where two-thirds of the population believe that everyone has an equal chance to get ahead, far fewer people favour income redistribution than in Europe. Growing wealth also means that society can reward a wider range of talents. It can boost social mobility and allow all sorts of weird and wonderful talents to bloom. The talent wars may be a source of trepidation for companies and countries. But they should also be a cause for celebration.

First Online: 08 September 2007. mental ability and its relation to social-class mobility and American social policy

First Online: 08 September 2007. Social Mobility in Britain: An Empirical Evaluation of Two Competing Explanations. Westport, CT: Praeger. Sociology 31 (2): 261–288. Young, Michael 1961.

education in social mobility (cf. Blau and Duncan 1967) have dealt more with its . Blau and Duncan 1967) have dealt more with its mediating. role in class destinations at the expense of other considerations, such as family practices and. reproduction of ages. from disadvantaged social groups and the working class to escape from positions of subor-. dination and marginalisation. Young’s egalitarianism: the fear of the rising meritocracy. this positive conception of meritocracy, resulting from the American reception of the term, returned to Europe; and, more recently, it has become a key element in the ideology of various. centre-left political parties, following the lead given in Britain by New Labour.

The author provides a detailed investigation of the facts surrounding human mental ability, its measurement, inheritability, possible neurobiological underpinnings, and its role as a currency in human mate choice. He links human mental ability with educational attainment, occupational attainment, occupational prestige, and earned income. The ethical and policy implications are profound for both liberal democratic and libertarian social thought.

Class mobility is significantly mediated by human intelligence, and intelligence itself is significantly heritable. Liberal democratic and libertarian conservative social policies require substantial revision in light of these findings. New forms of socioenvironmental and genomic intervention recommend themselves.

The author provides a detailed investigation of the facts surrounding human mental ability, its measurement, inheritability, possible neurobiological underpinnings, and its role as a currency in human mate choice. He links human mental ability with educational attainment, occupational attainment, occupational prestige, and earned income. The ethical and policy implications are profound for both liberal democratic and libertarian social thought.

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