The Essential Sociologist: An Introduction by Beth B. Hess

The Essential Sociologist: An Introduction

byBeth B. Hess, Peter J. Stein, Susan A. Farrell

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Beth Hess, Peter Stein, and Susan Farrell's The Essential Sociologist: An Introduction combines sound pedagogy with the latest developments in sociological research and current orientations in the field of sociology.

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Beth B. Hess is at County College of Morris. Peter J. Stein is at William Paterson University. Susan A. Farrell is at Kingsborough Community College.
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Title:The Essential Sociologist: An IntroductionFormat:PaperbackDimensions:472 pages, 6.81 × 9.88 × 0.91 inPublished:March 21, 2001Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Foreword by Judith LorberPart I. Self in Society1. What is Sociology and How Do You Do It?2. How Is Society Possible? Culture and Social Structure3. Becoming Social: Conformity and Deviance4. Sexualities: How Many?Part II. Structures of Inequality5. When Some Are More Equal Than Others: Social Stratification6. The American Mosaic: Racial, Ethnic, and Religious Minorities7. Drawing Distinctions: Gendered InequalityPart III. The Institutional Order8. Mating and Marrying: Contemporary Families9. Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?: Economic Factors10. Who Rules? Power, Politics, and the Military11. Multiple Choices: Educational Systems12. Believing and Belonging: Religious Institutions13. Crimes and Punishments: The Criminal Justice System14. A Sound Mind in a Sound Body: Health, Illness, and the Delivery of CarePart IV. Modern Dilemmas15. Demography as Destiny: Populations and Their Environments16. 2001.com: Technology and Social Change in a Global System

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"The humor in the book is refreshing. The theory section is one of the most timely that I have seen in many texts. Also, the research methods section is one of the clearest I have ever read."--Mark A. Winton, University of Central Florida