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In the eleventh edition ofSociology, Rick Schaefer continues to provide a comprehensive, up-to-date introduction to sociology that appeals to students with a diversity of learning styles. This contemporary text focuses on sociology in the global community and encourages students to think about the world they're living in using a sociological imagination. With the strongest coverage of race and ethnicity, examples of sociology's real world applications, and in-depth coverage of currently relevant topics like mass media and social policy, Schaefer'sSociologyis the perfect text for today's students.
Table of Contents
|Sociology 11th edition|
|Chapter-Opening Excerpts Boxed Features Social Policy Sections Maps, Summing Up Tables, and Photo Essays Preface|
|The Sociological Perspective|
|Organizing Social Life|
|Social Interaction and Social Structure|
|Groups and Organizations|
|The Mass Media|
|Deviance and Social Control|
|Stratification and Social Mobility in the United States|
|Racial and Ethnic Inequality|
|Stratification by Gender|
|Stratification by Age|
|The Family and Intimate Relationships|
|Government and Politics|
|The Economy and Work|
|Health and Medicine|
|Communities and Urbanization|
|Population and the Environment|
|Collective Behavior and Social Movements|
|Globalization, Technology, and Social Change Glossary References Acknowledgements Photo Credits Name Index Subject Index|
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