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International Standard Book Number 9780073528243 (alk. paper)
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International Standard Book Number 0073528242 (alk. paper)
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Classification number HM586
Item number .W58 2009
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Classification number 301
Edition number 22
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Personal name Witt, Jon.
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Title Soc /
Statement of responsibility, etc Jon Witt.
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Edition statement 1st ed
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Place of publication, distribution, etc New York :
Name of publisher, distributor, etc McGraw-Hill,
Date of publication, distribution, etc c2009.
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Extent v, 416 p. :
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Dimensions 28 cm.
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Bibliography, etc Includes bibliographical references (p. [379]-399) and index.
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Formatted contents note 1 The Sociological Imagination<br/>WHAT IS SOCIOLOGY?<br/> The Sociological Imagination<br/> A Hamburger Is a Miracle<br/> Sociology Is¿<br/> Systematic Study<br/> The Individual<br/> Society<br/> The Consequences of Difference<br/> Sociology and the Social Sciences<br/> Sociology and Common Sense<br/>WHAT IS SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY?<br/> Formulating Sociological Theories<br/> Testing Sociological Theories<br/> Applying Sociological Theories<br/>THE DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIOLOGY<br/> Social Order <br/> Power and Inequality<br/> Interaction<br/> Groups and Opportunity<br/> Pursuing Social Change<br/>PRACTICING SOCIOLOGY<br/> Applied Sociology<br/> Clinical Sociology<br/>DEVELOPING A SOCIOLOGICAL IMAGINATION<br/>2 Sociological Research<br/>STEPS IN THE RESEARCH PROCESS<br/> Defining the Problem<br/> Reviewing the Literature<br/> Formulating the Hypothesis<br/> Collecting and Analyzing Data<br/> Selecting the Sample<br/> Ensuring Validity and Reliability<br/> Developing the Conclusion<br/> Supporting Hypotheses<br/> Controlling for Other Factors<br/> In Summary: The Research Process<br/>MAJOR RESEARCH DESIGNS<br/> Surveys<br/> Issues in Designing Surveys<br/> Types of Surveys<br/> Quantitative and Qualitative Research<br/> Observation<br/> Experiments<br/> Use of Existing Sources<br/>RESEARCH ETHICS<br/> Confidentiality<br/> Research Funding<br/> Value Neutrality<br/> Feminist Methodology<br/>3 Culture<br/>CULTURE AND SOCIETY<br/>THE DEVELOPMENT OF CULTURE AROUND THE WORLD<br/> Cultural Universals<br/> Innovation<br/> Globalization and Diffusion<br/>ELEMENTS OF CULTURE<br/> Material Culture and Technology<br/> Language<br/> Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis<br/> Nonverbal Communication<br/> Values<br/> Norms<br/> Types of Norms<br/> Acceptance of Norms<br/> Sanctions<br/>CULTURE AND THE DOMINANT IDEOLOGY<br/>CULTURAL VARIATION<br/> Aspects of Cultural Variation<br/> Subcultures<br/> Countercultures<br/> Culture Shock<br/> Attitudes toward Cultural Variation<br/> Ethnocentrism<br/> Cultural Relativism<br/>4 Socialization<br/>THE ROLE OF SOCIALIZATION<br/> Social Environment: The Impact of Isolation<br/> Extreme Childhood Isolation <br/> Primate Studies<br/> The Influence of Heredity<br/>THE SELF AND SOCIALIZATION<br/> Sociological Approaches to the Self<br/> Cooley: Looking-Glass Self<br/> Mead: Stages of the Self<br/> The Preparatory Stage<br/> The Play Stage<br/> The Game Stage<br/> Goffman: Presentation of the Self<br/> Psychological Approaches to the Self<br/>AGENTS OF SOCIALIZATION<br/> Family<br/> Cultural Influences <br/> The Impact of Race and Gender<br/> School<br/> Peer Group<br/> Mass Media and Technology<br/> Workplace<br/> Religion and the State<br/>SOCIALIZATION THROUGHOUT THE LIFE COURSE<br/> The Life Course<br/> Anticipatory Socialization and Resocialization<br/> Role Transitions during the Life Course<br/> Adjusting to Retirement<br/>5 Social Structure and Social Interaction <br/>SOCIAL INTERACTION <br/>ELEMENTS OF SOCIAL STRUCTURE<br/> Statuses<br/> Ascribed and Achieved Status<br/> Master Status<br/> Social Roles<br/> Role Conflict<br/> Role Strain<br/> Role Exit<br/> Groups<br/> Primary and Secondary Groups<br/> In-Groups and Out-Groups<br/> Reference Groups<br/> Coalitions<br/> Social Networks<br/> Virtual Worlds<br/> Social Institutions<br/>BUREAUCRACY<br/> Characteristics of a Bureaucracy<br/> Division of Labor<br/> Hierarchy of Authority<br/> Written Rules and Regulations<br/> Impersonality<br/> Employment Based on Technical Qualifications<br/> Bureaucratization as a Way of Life <br/> The Spread of Bureaucratization<br/> From Bureaucracy to Oligarchy<br/> Bureaucracy and Organizational Culture<br/>SOCIAL STRUCTURE IN GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE<br/> Gemeinschaft and Gesellschaft<br/> Mechanical and Organic Solidarity<br/> Technology and Society<br/> Preindustrial Societies<br/> Industrial Societies<br/> Postindustrial Societies<br/> Postmodern Life<br/> Stories<br/> Images<br/> Choices<br/> Networks<br/>6 Social Control, Deviance, and Crime<br/>SOCIAL CONTROL<br/> Conformity and Obedience<br/> Informal and Formal Social Control<br/> Law and Society<br/>DEVIANCE<br/> What Behavior is Deviant?<br/> Deviance and Social Stigma <br/>CRIME<br/> Official Crime Reports<br/> Trends in Crime<br/> Limitations of Crime Statistics<br/> White-Collar Crime <br/> Victimless Crimes <br/> Organized Crime <br/> International Crime<br/> Transnational Crime<br/> International Crime Rates<br/>SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON DEVIANCE AND CRIME<br/> Social Order, Deviance, and Crime<br/> Durkheim¿s Theory of Deviance<br/> Merton¿s Theory of Deviance<br/> Interpersonal Interaction and Local Context<br/> Cultural Transmission<br/> Social Disorganization Theory<br/> Labeling Theory<br/> Power and Inequality<br/> Race and Class<br/> Gender<br/>7 Families<br/>GLOBAL VIEW OF THE FAMILY<br/> Substance: What a Family Is<br/> Kinship Patterns<br/> Family Types<br/> Types of Marriage<br/> Functions: What Families Do<br/> Authority Patterns: Who Rules?<br/>MARRIAGE AND FAMILY<br/> Courtship and Mate Selection<br/> Variations in Family Life and Intimate Relationships<br/> Social Class Differences<br/> Racial and Ethnic Differences<br/> Child-Rearing Patterns<br/> Parenthood and Grandparenthood<br/> Adoption<br/> Dual-Income Families<br/> Single-Parent Families<br/> Stepfamilies<br/>DIVORCE<br/> Statistical Trends in Divorce<br/> Factors Associated with Divorce<br/> Impact of Divorce on Children<br/>DIVERSE LIFESTYLES<br/> Cohabitation<br/> Remaining Single<br/> Marriage without Children<br/> Lesbian and Gay Relationships<br/>8 Education and Religion<br/>EDUCATION IN SOCIETY<br/>SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON EDUCATION<br/> Education and Social Order<br/> Transmitting Culture<br/> Promoting Social Integration<br/> Training and Social Control<br/> Cultural Innovation<br/> Education and Inequality<br/> The Hidden Curriculum<br/> Teacher Expectancy<br/> Bestowal of Status<br/> Credentialism<br/> Gender<br/>SCHOOLS AS FORMAL ORGANIZATIONS<br/> Bureaucratization of Schools<br/> Teaching as a Profession<br/> Student Subcultures<br/> Homeschooling<br/>DEFINING RELIGION<br/> What Religion Is<br/> What Religions Do<br/>COMPONENTS OF RELIGION<br/> Belief<br/> Ritual<br/> Experience<br/> Community<br/> Ecclesiae<br/> Denominations<br/> Sects<br/> Cults or New Religious Movements<br/> Comparing Forms of Religious Organization<br/>WORLD RELIGIONS<br/>SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON RELIGION<br/> Integration<br/> Social Change<br/> The Weberian Thesis<br/> Liberation Theology<br/> Social Control<br/> Marx on Religion<br/> Gender and Religion<br/>9 Government and the Economy<br/>POWER AND AUTHORITY<br/> Power<br/> Types of Authority<br/> Traditional Authority<br/> Rational-Legal Authority<br/> Charismatic Authority<br/>ECONOMIC SYSTEMS<br/> Capitalism<br/> Socialism<br/> The Mixed Economy<br/> The Informal Economy<br/>CHANGING ECONOMIES<br/> The Changing Face of the Workforce<br/> Deindustrialization<br/> Microfinancing<br/>TYPES OF GOVERNMENT<br/> Monarchy<br/> Oligarchy<br/> Dictatorship and Totalitarianism<br/> Democracy<br/>POLITICAL BEHAVIOR IN THE UNITED STATES<br/> Participation and Apathy<br/> Race and Gender in Politics<br/>THE POWER STRUCTURE IN THE UNITED STATES<br/> Power Elite Models<br/> Mills¿s Model<br/> Domhoff¿s Model<br/> Pluralist Model<br/>WAR AND PEACE<br/> War<br/> Terrorism<br/> Peace<br/>10 Social Class<br/>UNDERSTANDING STRATIFICATION<br/> Systems of Stratification<br/> Slavery<br/> Castes<br/> Estates<br/> Social Classes<br/> Social Mobility<br/> Open versus Closed Stratification Systems<br/> Types of Social Mobility<br/> Sociological Perspectives on Stratification<br/> Marx on Class<br/> Weber¿s Multidimensional Model<br/> Bourdieu and Cultural Capital<br/> Material, Social, and Cultural Resources<br/>SOCIAL CLASS IN THE UNITED STATES<br/> Cultural Capital<br/> Status and Prestige<br/> Occupational Prestige<br/> Socioeconomic Status<br/> Income and Wealth<br/> Income<br/> Wealth<br/> The Shrinking Middle Class<br/> Poverty<br/> Defining Poverty<br/> Who Are the Poor?<br/> Social Mobility<br/> Occupational Mobility<br/> Income and Wealth<br/> Education<br/> The Impact of Race and Ethnicity<br/> The Impact of Gender<br/> Life Chances<br/>11 Global Inequality<br/>THE GLOBAL DIVIDE<br/>PERSPECTIVES ON GLOBAL STRATIFICATION<br/> Modernization<br/> The Legacy of Colonialism<br/> Multinational Corporations<br/> Modernization<br/> Dependency<br/>STRATIFICATION AROUND THE WORLD<br/> Income and Wealth<br/> Poverty<br/> Social Mobility<br/> Intergenerational Mobility across Nations<br/> Gender Differences and Mobility<br/> Social Stratification in Mexico <br/> Mexico¿s Economy<br/> Race Relations in Mexico: The Color Hierarchy<br/> The Status of Women in Mexico<br/> The Borderlands<br/> Emigration to the United States<br/>UNIVERSAL HUMAN RIGHTS<br/> Defining Human Rights<br/> Principle and Practice<br/> Human Rights Activism<br/>12 Gender and Age<br/>SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF GENDER<br/> Sex and Gender<br/> Gender Roles in the United States<br/> Gender-Role Socialization<br/> Women¿s Gender Roles<br/> Men¿s Gender Roles<br/> Gender across Cultures<br/>GENDER AND INEQUALITY<br/> Women in the United States<br/> Labor Force Participation<br/> Income<br/> Home and Work<br/> Politics<br/> Women Around the World<br/> Sexism and Discrimination<br/>WORKING FOR CHANGE: WOMEN¿S MOVEMENTS<br/> The First Wave <br/> The Second Wave<br/> Feminism Today <br/>AGING AND SOCIETY<br/>PERSPECTIVES ON AGING<br/> Disengagement Theory<br/> Activity Theory<br/> Ageism and Discrimination<br/>AGING IN THE UNITED STATES<br/> The Graying of America<br/> Wealth and Income<br/> Competition in the Labor Force<br/> Death and Dying<br/>13 Race and Ethnicity <br/>RACIAL AND ETHNIC GROUPS<br/> Race<br/> Social Construction of Race<br/> Multiple Identities<br/> Ethnicity<br/>PREJUDICE AND DISCRIMINATION<br/> Prejudice<br/> Discrimination<br/> Discriminatory Behavior<br/> The Glass Ceiling<br/> Racial Profiling<br/> The Privileges of the Dominant<br/> Institutional Discrimination<br/>SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON RACE AND ETHNICITY<br/> Social Order and Inequality<br/> The Contact Hypothesis<br/> Patterns of Intergroup Relations<br/> Genocide<br/> Expulsion<br/> Amalgamation<br/> Assimilation<br/> Segregation<br/> Pluralism<br/>RACE AND ETHNICITY IN THE UNITED STATES<br/> Racial Groups<br/> African Americans<br/> Native Americans<br/> Asian Americans<br/> Vietnamese Americans<br/> Chinese Americans<br/> Japanese Americans<br/> Korean Americans<br/> Arab Americans<br/> Ethnic Groups<br/> Latinos<br/> Mexican Americans<br/> Puerto Ricans<br/> Cuban Americans<br/> Jewish Americans<br/> White Ethnics<br/>IMMIGRATION<br/> Immigration Trends<br/> Immigration Policies<br/>14 Health, Medicine, and Environment<br/>CULTURE, SOCIETY, AND HEALTH<br/>SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON HEALTH AND ILLNESS<br/> Illness and Social Order<br/> Power, Resources, and Health<br/> The Medicalization of Society<br/> Inequities in Health Care<br/> Labeling and Power<br/> Negotiating Cures<br/>SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY<br/> Social Class<br/> Race and Ethnicity<br/> Gender<br/> Age<br/>HEALTH CARE IN THE UNITED STATES<br/> A Historical View<br/> The Role of Government<br/> Physicians, Nurses, and Patients<br/> Alternatives to Traditional Health Care<br/>SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON THE ENVIRONMENT<br/> Human Ecology<br/> Power, Resources, and the Environment<br/> Environmental Justice<br/>ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS<br/> Air Pollution<br/> Water Pollution<br/> Global Warming<br/> Global Response<br/>15 Social Change and the Global Community<br/>GLOBAL SOCIAL CHANGE<br/>SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON SOCIAL CHANGE<br/> Evolution of Societies <br/> Equilibrium and Social Order <br/> Resources, Power, and Change<br/>TECHNOLOGY AND THE FUTURE<br/> Computer Technology<br/> Privacy and Censorship in a Global Village<br/> Biotechnology and the Gene Pool<br/> Resistance to Technology<br/>SOCIAL MOVEMENTS<br/> Relative Deprivation<br/> Resource Mobilization Approach<br/> Gender and Social Movements<br/> New Social Movements<br/> Communications and the Globalization of Social Movements<br/>SOCIOLOGY IS A VERB<br/> Personal Sociology<br/> Public Sociology: Tools for Change<br/> Practicing Sociology
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