Society In Question

by Robert J. Brym

Nelson College Indigenous | January 7, 2013 | Trade Paperback

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Canada''s best-selling introductory sociology reader, Society in Question, Seventh Edition, is a collection of 25 articles that provide balanced coverage of the major topics, approaches, and methods in current sociology. With his signature passion, Bob Brym selects and commissions articles characterized by their clarity, brevity, appeal to today?s undergraduate students, and ability to transform one?s perspective. Society in Question is organized into thematic parts that explore the main areas of sociological inquiry and focuses on a broad spectrum of sociological thought, from sports and masculinity (Dumas? ?Are Sports Becoming Less Masculine??) and social media (Bookman?s ?Social Media: Implications for Social Life?) to social inequality (Myles? ?The Inequality Surge?) and early childhood education (Beach et. al?s ?The State of Early Childhood Education and Child Care in 2009?).

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 320 Pages, 7.09 × 9.06 × 0.39 in

Published: January 7, 2013

Publisher: Nelson College Indigenous

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0176509984

ISBN - 13: 9780176509989

Found in: Science and Nature

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Society In Question

Society In Question

by Robert J. Brym

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 320 Pages, 7.09 × 9.06 × 0.39 in

Published: January 7, 2013

Publisher: Nelson College Indigenous

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0176509984

ISBN - 13: 9780176509989

Table of Contents

Part One: The Field of Sociology Chapter 1: Sociology as a Life or Death Issue (Robert J. Brym) Chapter 2: Careers in Sociology (Scott Davies and David Walters) Part Two: Foundations of Society A. Socialization Chapter 3: Pathology of Imprisonment (Philip E. Zimbardo) Chapter 4: Beyond Mendel''s Ghost (Michael J. Janahan, Shawn Bauldry, and Jason Freeman) B. Social Structure Chapter 5: Egotistical Suicide (Emile Durkheim) Chapter 6: Connecting Communities: On and Offline (Barry Wellman) Chapter 7: Social Media: Implications for Social Life (Sonia Bookman) C. Culture Chapter 8: Movies and Society (Shyon Baumann) Chapter 9: Do Video Games Kill? (Karen Sternheimer) Part Three: Social Inequality A. Income Chapter 10: The Inequality Surge (John Myles) Chapter 11: Poverty in Canada (Ann Duffy and Nancy Mandell) B. Ethnicity and Race Chapter 12: Multiculturalism or Vertical Mosaic? Occupational Stratification Among Canadian Ethnic Groups (Hugh Lautard and Neil Guppy) Chapter 13: The Racial Profiling Debate in Toronto: Data, Denials and Confusion (Scot Wortley and Julian Tanner) Chapter 14: French Quebec: The Quiet Revolution, and After: Glories and Miseries of Four Utopias (Jean-Phillippe Warren) C. Sex and Gender Chapter 15: Sexualities (Michael S. Kimmell and Rebecca F. Plante) Chapter 16: Sexual Harassment in the Canadian Workplace (Sandy Welsh and Jayne Baker) Part Four: Social Institutions A. Families Chapter 17: The Changing Face of Matrimony: Same-Sex Civil Marriage in the Tw
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Canada''s best-selling introductory sociology reader, Society in Question, Seventh Edition, is a collection of 25 articles that provide balanced coverage of the major topics, approaches, and methods in current sociology. With his signature passion, Bob Brym selects and commissions articles characterized by their clarity, brevity, appeal to today?s undergraduate students, and ability to transform one?s perspective. Society in Question is organized into thematic parts that explore the main areas of sociological inquiry and focuses on a broad spectrum of sociological thought, from sports and masculinity (Dumas? ?Are Sports Becoming Less Masculine??) and social media (Bookman?s ?Social Media: Implications for Social Life?) to social inequality (Myles? ?The Inequality Surge?) and early childhood education (Beach et. al?s ?The State of Early Childhood Education and Child Care in 2009?).
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