PREFACE. ABOUT THE EDITORS. SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES AND SOCIOLOGICAL RESEARCH. 1. C. Wright Mills, qThe Sociological Imaginationq. 2. Allan Johnson, qThe Forest and the Treesq. 3. Elaine Bell Kaplan, qOur Kind of Girlq. 4. Howard Schuman qSense and Nonsense about Surveysq. Infotrac College Edition: Bonus Reading: Joel Best, qPromoting Bad Statisticsq. Infotrac College Edition: Search Terms. CULTURE. 5. Horace Miner, qBody Ritual of the Nacimeraq. 6. George Ritzer, qSeptember 11, 2002: Mass Murder and Its Roots in the Symbolism of American Consumer Cultureq. 7. Kamy Cunningham, qBarbie Doll Culture and the American Waistlandq. 8. Jean Kilbourne, qBuy This 24-Year-Old and Get All His Friends Absolutely Freeq. Infotrac College Edition: Bonus Reading: Steven Reiss, qWhy America Loves Reality TVq. Infotrac College Edition: Search Terms. SOCIALIZATION AND THE LIFE COURSE. 9. David Karp, Lynda Lytle Holmstrom, and Paul S. Gray, qLeaving Home for College: Expectations for Selective Reconstruction of Selfq. 10. Amy J. Schulz, qNavajo Women and the Politics of Identityq. 11. Kathleen Slevin and Toni Calasanti, qGender and Agingq. Infotrac College Edition: Bonus Reading: Traci A. Giuliano, Kathryn E. Popp and Jennifer L. Knight, qFootballs Versus Barbies: Childhood Play Activities as Predictors of Sport Participation by Women.q Sex Roles. Infotrac College Edition: Search Terms. SOCIETY AND SOCIAL INTERACTION. 12. Erving Goffman, qThe Presentation of Selfq. 13. Eli Anderson, qCode of the Streetsq. 14. Michael Hardey, qLife Beyond the Screen: Embodiment and Identity through the Internetq. Infotrac College Edition: Bonus Reading: Thomas J. Gerschick, qToward a Theory of Disability and Genderq. Infotrac College Edition: Search Terms. GROUPS AND ORGANIZATIONS. 15. Patricia Adler and Peter Adler, qPeer Culturesq. 16. Ayres Boswell and Joan Z. Spade, qFraternities and Collegiate Rape Cultureq. 17. Bonnie Erickson, qSocial Networks: The Value of Varietyq. Infotrac College Edition: Bonus Reading: qWhen Agencies Sleepq. Infotrac College Edition: Search Terms. DEVIANCE AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE. 18. Emile Durkheim qThe Functions of Crimeq. 19. Peter Conrad and Joseph Schneider, qThe Medicalization of Devianceq 20. Jeffrey Reiman, qThe Rich Get Richer and the Poor Get Prisonq. 21. Ruth Behar, qThe Girl in the Castq. Infotrac College Edition: Bonus Reading: Marc Mauer, qThe Social Cost of America''s Race to Incarcerateq Infotrac College Edition: Search Terms. SOCIAL CLASS AND SOCIAL STRATIFICATION. 22. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, qThe Communist Manifestoq. 23. Thomas Shapiro, qGreat Dividesq. 24. Dalton Conley, qBeing Black, Living in the Redq. 25. Sharon Hays, qStudying the Quagmire of Welfare Reformq. Infotrac College Edition: Bonus Reading: Kathyrn Edin, qFew Good Men: Why Poor Women Don''t Remarryq. Infotrac College Edition: Search Terms. GLOBAL STRATIFICATION. 26. Edna Bonacich, Lucie Cheng, Norma Chinchilla, Nora Hamilton, and Paul Ong, qGlobal Production: The Apparel Industry in the Pacific Rimq. 27. Arlie Russell Hochschild, qThe Nanny Chainq. 28. Walter LaFeber, qMichael Jordan and the New Global Capitalismq. Infotrac College Edition: Bonus Reading: Amartya Sen, qHow to Judge Globalismq. Infotrac College Edition: Search Terms. RACE. 29. W. E. B. DuBois, qProblem of the Twentieth Centuryq. 30. Elizabeth Martinez, qBeyond Black/Whiteq. 31. Alejandro Portes and RubAcn Rumbaut, qImmigrant Americaq. 32. Charles Gallagher, qColor-blind Privilege: The Social and Political Functions of Erasing the Color Line in Post Race Americaq. Infotrac College Edition: Bonus Reading: Patricia Gurin, Eric L. Dey, Gerald Gurin, and Sylvia Hurtado, qHow Does Racial/Ethnic Diversity Promote Education?q Infotrac College Edition: Search Terms. GENDER. 33. Margaret Andersen, qThinking About Womenq. 34. Michael Messner, qPolitics of Masculinitiesq. 35. Suzanne Carothers, qCatching Sense: Learning from Our Mothers to be Black and Femaleq. 36. Elizabeth Fernea, qChallengesAt the minimum, the myriad attractions of consumption and a day at the mall serve as powerful alternatives to visiting onea#39;s church, mosque, or synagogue. Finally, credit cards in general, to say nothing of the major brands a Visa and MasterCard (as well as the aquot;charge cardaquot; and ... In the case of discounters, it represents the much greater propensity of American businesses (in comparison with their peersanbsp;...
|Author||:||Margaret L. Andersen, Kim A. Logio, Howard Francis Taylor|
|Publisher||:||Wadsworth Pub Co - 2005|