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Demonstrate the power of sociology for understanding today—and preparing for tomorrow

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Get students applying sociology to what they see in the news—and on their screens

In a time when “fake news” and “alternative facts” abound and empirical research is dismissed as “gobbledygook,” thinking critically about what’s in our news feeds is more important than ever. Engaging chapter openers that draw on current events demonstrate how sociological methods and concepts can help us understand today’s major social issues. “Digital Life” boxes explore how new technologies are transforming every aspect of modern life, including our relationships and how we learn and work.

NEW pedagogy demonstrates the value of sociology in the working world

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A thoughtful in-text pedagogical program, paired with InQuizitive, helps students master core sociological concepts before they come to class. NEW “Writing for Sociology” tutorials and “How to Read Charts and Graphs” and “Employing Your Sociological Imagination” online activities offer instructors easy-to-assign tools for improving their students’ writing and data literacy skills.

A textbook from a publisher committed to sociology—and sociology students

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    Chapter 1: Sociology: Theory and Method

    Chapter 2: Culture and Society

    Chapter 3: Socialization, the Life Course, and Aging

    Chapter 4: Social Interaction and Everyday life in the Age of the Internet

    Chapter 5: Groups, Networks, and Organizations

    Chapter 6: Conformity, Deviance, and Crime

    Chapter 7: Stratification, Class, and Inequality

    Chapter 8: Global Inequality

    Chapter 9: Gender Inequality

    Chapter 10: Race, Ethnicity, and Racism

    Chapter 11: Families and Intimate Relationships

    Chapter 12: Education and Religion

    Chapter 13: Politics and Economic Life

    Chapter 14: The Sociology of the Body: Health, Illness, and Sexuality

    Chapter 15: Urbanization, Populations, and the Environment

    Chapter 16: Globalization in a Changing World