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  • Bookstore's Wholesale Price: $47.00
  • July 2018
  • ISBN: 978-0-393-63945-2
  • 856 pages
  • Territory Rights: USA and Dependencies, Philippines and Canada.
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Deborah Carr (Author, Rutgers University), Anthony Giddens (Author, London School of Economics), Mitchell Duneier (Author, City University of New York Graduate Center), Richard P. Appelbaum (Author, University of California, Santa Barbara)

 

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Authored by four leading scholars and teachers, Introduction to Sociology provides an authoritative introduction to basic concepts, major theories, and current research in a streamlined, easy-to-navigate format. A consistent four-part chapter structure makes the reading manageable without sacrificing coverage, while InQuizitive, Norton’s award-winning adaptive learning platform, helps ensure students are mastering the content. At the end of every chapter, a discussion of unanswered questions highlights the power of the sociological imagination to help us better understand our complex society.

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Thought-provoking questions—and related discussions—at the end of each chapter reveal how a sociological imagination enables us to better understand issues such as racial inequality, gender inequality, crime, and more.

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After covering the basic concepts and sociological theory in parts 1 and 2 of each chapter, the authors turn to current research, ensuring that students are getting an up-to-date introduction to the state of the field.

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    Part I: The Study of Sociology
    Chapter 1: What Is Sociology?
    Chapter 2: Asking and Answering Sociological Questions

    Part II: The Individual and Society
    Chapter 3: Culture and Society
    Chapter 4: Socialization and the Life Course
    Chapter 5: Social Interaction and Everyday Life in the Age of the Internet
    Chapter 6: Groups, Networks, and Organizations
    Chapter 7: Conformity, Deviance, and Crime

    Part III: Structures of Power
    Chapter 8: Stratification, Class, and Inequality
    Chapter 9: Global Inequality
    Chapter 10: Gender Inequality
    Chapter 11: Ethnicity and Race
    Chapter 12: Aging
    Chapter 13: Government, Political Power, and Social Movements

    Part IV: Social Institutions
    Chapter 14: Work and Economic Life
    Chapter 15: Families and Intimate Relationships
    Chapter 16: Education
    Chapter 17: Religion in Modern Society

    Part V: Social Change in the Modern World
    Chapter 18: The Sociology of the Body: Health, Illness, and Sexuality
    Chapter 19: Population, Urbanization, and the Environment
    Chapter 20: Globalization in a Changing World