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Viewing our society from a conflict perspective.

 

Taking a conflict approach, Social Problems, 13e examines social problems, how they are interrelated to other problems, and society’s role in their creation and perpetuation. This textaddresses interesting subjects, such as corporate crime, urban decay, poverty and the changing economy.

 

The thirteenth edition focuses more deliberately on five major themes:  the structural sources of social problems; the role of the United States in global social problems; the centrality of class, race, gender, sexuality, and disability as sources of division, inequality, and injustice; the critical examination of society; and solutions to social problems.

 

MySocLab is an integral part of the Eitzan / Zinn / Smith program. Key learning applications include MySocLab Videos, Social Explorer and Sociology in Focus Blog.

 

This text is available in a variety of formats – digital and print. Pearson offers its titles on the devices students love through Pearson’s MyLab products, CourseSmart, Amazon, and more. 

 

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  • Explore Theory  – Major sociological theories within context of social problem are discussed.
  • Understand Diversity  – Features help students think globally about defining a solution to social problems.
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Author Biography

D. Stanley Eitzen (Ph.D. University of Kansas) is professor emeritus in sociology from Colorado State University, where previously he was the John N. Stern Distinguished Professor. Among his books are Social Problems (with Maxine Baca Zinn and Kelly Eitzen Smith)and Diversity in Families (with Maxine Baca Zinn and Barbara Wells), both of which received McGuffey Awards from the Text and Academic Authors Association for excellence and longevity over multiple editions. He is also the author and co-author of four Solutions to Social Problems volumes with Allyn & Bacon; Paths to Homelessness: Extreme Poverty and the Urban Housing Crisis (with Doug A. Timmer and Kathryn Talley); Sociology of North American Sport (with George H. Sage); and Fair and Foul: Rethinking the Myths and Paradoxes of Sport. He has served as the president of the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport and as editor of The Social Science Journal.

 

Maxine Baca Zinn (Ph.D. University of Oregon) is Professor Emeritus in sociology at Michigan State University. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Oregon. Her main research interests are racial inequality, gender, and family life. She is the author and co-author of many other books, including Diversity in Families (with D. Stanley Eitzen and Barbara Wells),Social Problems (with D. Stanley Eitzen and Kelly Eitzen Smith), Women of Color in U.S. Society, Gender Through the Prism of Difference, and Globalization: The Transformation of Social Worlds. In 2000, she received the ASA Jessie Bernard Career Award.

 

Kelly Eitzen Smith received her Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Arizona. She is currently the director of the Center for Applied Sociology and a lecturer at the University of Arizona. At the Center for Applied Sociology she has conducted research in the areas of day labor, homelessness, poverty, urban housing and neighborhood development. Her sociological interests include gender, family, sexuality, stratification, and social problems. She is also the co-author of Experiencing Poverty (with D.Stanley Eitzen), andSocial Problems (with D. Stanley Eitzen and Maxine Baca Zinn).

Table of Contents

In this Section:

1. Brief Table of Contents

2. Full Table of Contents

 

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1. Brief Table of Contents:

 

Part I: Political Economy of Social Problems

Chapter 1: The Sociological Approach to Social Problems

Chapter 2: Wealth and Power: The Bias of the System

Part II: Problems of People, the Environment, and Location

Chapter 3: World Population and Global Inequality

Chapter 4: Threats to the Environment

Chapter 5: Demographic Changes in the United States: The Browning and Graying of Society

Chapter 6: Problems of Place: Urban, Suburban, and Rural

Part III: Problems of Inequality

Chapter 7: Poverty

Chapter 8: Racial and Ethnic Inequality

Chapter 9: Gender Inequality

Chapter 10: Sexual Orientation

Chapter 11: Disability and Ableism

Part IV: Social Structure and Individual Deviance

Chapter 12: Crime and Justice

Chapter 13: Drugs

Part V: Institutional Problems

Chapter 14: The Economy and Work

Chapter 15: Families

Chapter 16: Education

Chapter 17: The Health Care System

Chapter 18: National Security in the Twenty-First Century

Part VI: Solutions

Chapter 19: Progressive Plan to Solve Social Problems

 

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2. Full Table of Contents

 

P art 1 :  P olitical Economy of Social Problems

C hapter 1:                 T he Sociological Approach to Social Problems          

History of Social Problems Theory                          

Toward a Definition of Social Problems                    

Types of Social Problems                                      

The Sociological Imagination                                  

Social Structure as the Basic Unit of Analysis            

Sociological Methods: The Craft of Sociology            

Organization of the Book                                      

 

C hapter 2:                 W ealth and Power: The Bias of the System     

U.S. Economy: Concentration of Corporate Wealth    

Political System: Links between Wealth and Power

Bias of the Political System                       

 

P art 2 :  Problems of People, the Environment, and Location

C hapter 3:                 W orld Population and Global Inequality      

World Population Growth     

Poverty        

U.S. Relations with the Developing World   

United States in the Global Village   

 

C hapter 4:                 T hreats to the Environment        

Worldwide Environmental Problems

Sources of U.S. Environmental Problems   

Solutions to the Environmental Crises       

 

C hapter 5:                 D emographic Changes in the United States: The Browning and Graying of Society                      

Profile of the U.S. Population         

New Immigration and the Changing Racial Landscape      

The Aging Society    

Problems of an Aging Society        

Responses by the Elderly    

 

C hapter 6:                 P roblems of Place: Urban, Suburban, and Rural

Urban Problems                    

Suburban Problems               

Rural Problems        

 

P art 3:  Problems of Inequality

C hapter 7:                 P overty         

Extent of Poverty    

Myths about Poverty

Causes of Poverty   

Costs of Poverty        

Elimination of Poverty        

 

C hapter 8:                 R acial and Ethnic Inequality     

How to Think About Racial and Ethnic Inequality   

Racial and Ethnic Minorities  

Explanations of Racial and Ethnic Inequality

Discrimination Against African Americans and Latinos: Continuity and Change   

Contemporary Trends and Issues in U.S. Racial and Ethnic Relations         

 

C hapter 9:                 G ender Inequality  

Women and Men Are Differentiated and Ranked  

Learning Gender      

Reinforcing Male Dominance

Structured Gender Inequality

The Costs and Consequences of Sexism    

Fighting the System 

 

C hapter 10:              S exual Orientation    

Heteronormativity    

Gay and Lesbian Community: An Overview

Past and Present Discrimination     

Fighting the System: Human Agency

 

C hapter 11:              D isability and Ableism      

Definitions    

People with Disabilities as a Minority Group

Issues of Gender, Sexual Behavior, and Fertility                  

Agency

 

P art 4 :  S ocial Structure and Individual Deviance

C hapter 12:              C rime and Justice   

Crime in Society      

Unjust System of Justice    

The Criminal Label    

Stopping the Cradle to Prison Pipeline       

 

C hapter 13:              D rugs

The Politics of Drugs 

Drug Use in U.S. Society     

U.S. Official Policy: A War on Drugs

Alternatives   

 

P art 5 :  Institutional Problems

C hapter 14:              T he Economy and Work      

Capitalism and Socialism     

Mega Economic Trends       

Work and Social Problems   

 

C hapter 15:              F amilies         

The Mythical Family in the United States                                

U.S. Families in Historical Perspective: The Family in Capitalism  

Stratification and Family Life: Unequal Life Chances                 

Changing Families in a Changing World                                  

Divorce          

Violence in U.S. Families     

 

C hapter 16:              E ducation    

Characteristics of Education in the United States  

Education and Inequality     

Possibilities for Promoting Equality of Opportunity 

 

C hapter 17:              T he Health Care System    

Crises in Health Care: Cost, Coverage, and Consequences         

The Health Care System in the United States Prior to 2010 Reform       

Unequal Access to Health Care       

Models for National Health Care: Lessons from Other Societies     

Reforming the Health Care System in the United States  

The Supreme Court and the Affordable Health Care Act

The Future of the Affordable Health Care Act

 

C hapter 18:              N ational Security in the Twenty-First Century        

The U.S. Military Establishment      

The Threat of Nuclear Weapons     

The Terrorism Threat

U.S. National Security and the War on Terror      

The Costs of the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars        

The Legacy of the Wars               

Twenty-First Century Warfare       

 

P art 6 :  Solutions

C hapter 19:              P rogressive Plan To Solve Social Problems   

Sociology, Social Problems, and Social Change     

Progressive Principles to Guide Public Policy         

Is a Progressive Social Policy Possible?     

Human Agency: Social Change from the Bottom Up        



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