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Sociology: A Global Perspective

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Summary

Joan Ferrante's new Sixth Edition is a powerful tool for putting this country-and the world-into clear perspective and helping you master the sociological concepts that confront all cultures.

Table of Contents

Preface xiii
The Sociological Imagination
3(28)
U.S. Marriage Statistics
5(1)
What Do Sociologists Study?
6(1)
Society and Social Interaction
6(1)
Social Facts
7(1)
The Sociological Consciousness
7(1)
The Power of Social Facts: Facial and Body Hair on Women
8(7)
Distinguishing Troubles from Issues
9(5)
The Sociological Imagination
14(1)
The Industrial Revolution and the Emergence of Sociology
15(5)
The Nature of Work
15(1)
The Nature of Interaction
16(1)
Karl Marx (1818--1883)
16(2)
Emile Durkheim (1858--1918)
18(1)
Max Weber (1864--1920)
19(1)
Countries with the Highest and Lowest Suicide Rates (per 100,000)
20(2)
How the Discipline of Sociology Evolves
22(2)
Harriet Martineau (1802--1876)
22(1)
W. E. B. DuBois (1868--1963)
23(1)
Classical Thinkers, Contemporary Applications
24(1)
The Importance of a Global Perspective
24(2)
Why Study Sociology?
26(1)
U.S. in Perspective Top 20 Highest-Grossing Films, 2003
27(1)
This Book's Structure
28(1)
Resources on the Internet
29(2)
Theoretical Perspectives and Methods of Social Research: With Emphasis on Mexico
31(38)
The Functionalist Perspective
34(6)
Critique of Functionalism
36(1)
Merton's Concepts
36(1)
The Functionalist Perspective on U.S. Manufacturing Operations in Mexico
37(3)
U.S. in Perspective Frequently Asked Questions About Colonias in the United States
40(3)
Apparel Manufacturers' Closings in Kentucky, 1993--February 2004
43(1)
The Conflict Perspective
43(1)
Global Implications Hourly Wage Estimate for Apparel Workers in the United States and Selected Countries
44(4)
Critique of Conflict Theory
46(1)
The Conflict Perspective on U.S. Manufacturing Operations in Mexico
46(2)
Student Voices U.S. Jobs Move to Mexico
48(1)
The Symbolic Interactionist Perspective
49(1)
U.S. in Perspective Border Activity
50(2)
Critique of Symbolic Interaction
50(1)
The Symbolic Interactionist Perspective on U.S. Manufacturing Operations in Mexico
51(1)
Research Methods
52(3)
Step 1: Defining the Topic for Investigation
52(1)
Step 2: Reviewing the Literature
53(1)
Step 3: Identifying and Defining Core Concepts
53(1)
Step 4: Choosing a Research Design and Data-Gathering Strategies
53(2)
Sample Questions from the General Electric Plant Closing Survey
55(3)
U.S. in Perspective Salary Comparisons: India versus the United States for Selected Occupations
58(2)
Focus on Social Entrepreneurs Investing in Employees Yields Profits
60(5)
Steps 5 and 6: Analyzing the Data and Drawing Conclusions
62(3)
Summary & Implications
65(2)
Resources on the Internet
67(2)
Culture: With Emphasis on North and South Korea
69(36)
Two American Lives
73(1)
The Challenge of Defining Culture
74(1)
Material and Nonmaterial Components
75(3)
Beliefs
76(1)
Values
76(1)
Norms
77(1)
U.S. in Perspective Group Study, Cheating, and the Korean Foreign Student Experience
78(3)
The Role of Geographic and Historical Forces
81(1)
The Transmission of Culture
81(1)
Focus on Social Entrepreneurs Protecting Masterpieces of Human Creative Genius
82(2)
The Role of Language
83(1)
U.S. in Perspective Oil Consumption in Three Countries
84(2)
The Importance of Individual Experiences
85(1)
Global Implications Top 20 Lands with Most Jehovah's Witnesses (Publishers), 1998
86(1)
Culture as a Tool for the Problems of Living
87(3)
Cultural Formulas for Hunger
87(1)
Cultural Formulas for Social Emotions
88(2)
Cultural Diffusion
90(2)
The Home Culture as the Standard
92(1)
Student Voices Adjusting to Life in the United States
93(4)
Ethnocentrism
96(1)
Forced Culture Change of Native Americans by Bureau of Indian Affairs Schools
97(3)
Cultural Relativism
99(1)
Subcultures
100(1)
U.S. in Perspective Military Size and Spending in the United States and the Koreas
101(1)
Summary & Implications
102(1)
Resources on the Internet
103(2)
Socialization: With Emphasis on Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza
105(34)
Coming to Terms: The Palestinians and the Israelis
108(3)
The Jewish Population of the World
111(1)
Global Implications A Web of Interconnections
112(1)
U.S. in Perspective Palestinian Migration Out of Palestine
113(1)
Nature and Nurture
114(1)
The Importance of Social Contact
115(3)
Cases of Extreme Isolation
115(1)
Children of the Holocaust
116(1)
Cases of Less Extreme Isolation
117(1)
Individual and Collective Memory
118(1)
The Role of Groups
119(6)
Primary Groups
120(1)
Ingroups and Outgroups
121(2)
Suicide: The Severing of Relationships to the Group
123(2)
Student Voices Motives to Display or Not Display the U.S. Flag After September 11, 2001
125(1)
Symbolic Interaction and Self-Development
126(4)
The Emergence of Self-Awareness
126(1)
Role Taking
127(2)
The Looking-Glass Self
129(1)
Focus on Social Entrepreneurs Learning to Invest in the Community
130(2)
Cognitive Development
132(2)
Resocialization
134(1)
Summary & Implications
135(2)
Resources on the Internet
137(2)
Social Interaction and the Social Construction of Reality: With Emphasis on the Democratic Republic of the Congo
139(38)
The Context of Social Interaction
142(1)
Intimate Interactions and HIV/AIDS
143(2)
Mechanical Solidarity
144(1)
Global Implications Roots of Global Interdependence
145(3)
Organic Solidarity
146(2)
Disruptions to the Division of Labor in the Congo
148(5)
Belgian Imperialism (1883--1960)
148(1)
Independence of Zaire (1960--Present)
149(1)
Division of Labor Disruptions and HIV/AIDS
150(3)
The Content of Social Interaction
153(2)
Social Status
153(1)
Social Roles
153(2)
The Connection Between Social Status and Roles
155(1)
The Dramaturgical Model of Social Interaction
156(2)
Impression Management
157(1)
Examples of Screening Questions Asked of Potential Blood Donors
158(2)
Staging Behavior
159(1)
Student Voices Front-Stage Versus Back-Stage Behavior
160(1)
The Blood Services Industry
161(1)
U.S. in Perspective Imports and Exports of Blood and Blood Products
162(1)
Attribution Theory
163(1)
Attribution Theory and the Origins of HIV
164(2)
Determining Who Is HIV-Infected
166(1)
Research Decisions About Labeling and Categorizing HIV Risk
167(1)
Television: A Special Case of Reality Construction
168(1)
Focus on Social Entrepreneurs Uganda, a Success Story in Addressing HIV and AIDS
169(3)
The Case of Dr. Margrethe Rask
172(1)
Summary & Implications
173(2)
Resources on the Internet
175(2)
Social Organizations: With Emphasis on McDonald's, a U.S.-Based Multinational Corporation with Operations in 119 Countries
177(30)
U.S. in Perspective McDonald's: Profile of a Multinational Corporation Headquartered in the United States
179(2)
Organizations
181(1)
The Multinational Corporation: Agent of Colonialism or Progress?
182(2)
How Did McDonald's Become a Global Corporation?
184(3)
Global Implications The Top 10 Global Corporations and Their Size Relative to the Economies of the World
187(1)
Features of Modern Organization
188(1)
Rationalization as a Tool in Modern Organizations
188(1)
Focus on Social Entrepreneurs Margie Eugene Richard Takes on Shell Chemical
189(4)
Poultry Products and the Consumer
193(3)
The McDonaldization of Society
194(1)
The Concept of Bureaucracy
195(1)
Factors That Influence Behavior in Organizations
196(3)
Formal Versus Informal Dimensions of Organizations
196(1)
Trained Incapacity
197(1)
Statistical Records of Performance
198(1)
Student Voices Statistical Measures of Performance
199(1)
Obstacles to Good Decision Making
200(1)
Expert Knowledge and Responsibility
200(1)
McDonald's at a Glance
201(2)
The Problems with Oligarchy
201(1)
Alienation of Rank-and-File Workers
202(1)
Summary & Implications
203(2)
Resources on the Internet
205(2)
Deviance, Conformity, and Social Control: With Emphasis on the People's Republic of China
207(42)
The Role of Context in Defining Deviance
211(2)
Definitions of Deviance During the Cultural Revolution
211(2)
The Shifting Context and Changing Definitions of Deviance
213(1)
Deviance: The Violation of Norms
213(1)
U.S./China Trade Deficit, Selected Years
214(1)
The Communist Party in China
215(5)
Preschool Socialization as a Means of Social Control
216(1)
Reaction of Socialization of Another Culture
217(1)
Mechanisms of Social Control
218(2)
Global Implications Sentenced Prisoners in the United States and Selected Nations
220(1)
The Loosening of Social Control in China
221(1)
Defining Deviance
222(4)
Labeling Theory
223(1)
The Circumstances of the Falsely Accused
224(2)
Student Voices On Being Falsely Accused or Self-Labeled as a Secret Deviant
226(2)
Rule Makers and Rule Enforcers
227(1)
Focus on Social Entrepreneurs Changing the Fate of the Falsely Accused on Death Row
228(3)
Obedience to Authority
229(1)
The Constructionist Approach
230(1)
U.S. in Perspective The Presumption of Innocence
231(1)
Claims Makers
231(1)
U.S. Human Rights Record in 2003---China as Claims Maker
232(5)
Structural Strain Theory
237(3)
Structural Strain in the United States
237(2)
Structural Strain in China
239(1)
U.S. Human Rights Report: Population Control Strategies in China
240(2)
Differential Association Theory
242(2)
Factors That Shape U.S. and Chinese Systems of Social Control
244(1)
The Problems of Governing More Than 1.3 Billion People
245(1)
Theories of Deviance and Conformity
246(1)
Summary & Implications
246(1)
Resources on the Internet
247(2)
Social Stratification: With Emphasis on the World's Richest and Poorest Peoples
249(36)
U.S. in Perspective Where Do the World's Wealthiest and Poorest People Live?
253(1)
Place and Social Stratification
253(1)
Global Implications Number of Deaths in the First Year of Life per 1,000 Live Births by Race and Ethnic Category
254(1)
Social Stratification Within Countries
255(1)
Social Categories
255(2)
``Open'' and ``Closed'' Stratification Systems
257(3)
Caste Systems
258(1)
Class Systems
258(2)
Poverty Dynamics in the United States
260(3)
Does the United States Have a Class System?
260(2)
Mixed Systems: Class and Caste
262(1)
Theories of Stratification
263(5)
A Functionalist View of Stratification
263(1)
Critique of the Functionalist Perspective
264(3)
The Functions of Poverty
267(1)
Colonialism and Neocolonialism
268(2)
World System Theory
270(1)
Global Implications Number of Cell Phones per 1,000 Population: United States and Selected Countries in Africa and Europe
271(2)
Core Economies
271(1)
Peripheral Economies
272(1)
Semiperipheral Economies
272(1)
Analyses of Social Class
273(1)
Karl Marx and Social Class
273(1)
Student Voices Situations Where Differences in Social Class Seem Evident
274(5)
Karl Marx: Contemporary Applications
275(1)
Max Weber and Social Class
276(1)
Max Weber: Contemporary Applications
277(2)
Summary & Implications
279(1)
Focus on Social Entrepreneurs Responsible Wealth
280(3)
Resources on the Internet
283(2)
Race and Ethnic Classification: With Emphasis on the Peopling of the United States (A Global Story)
285(44)
The U.S. System of Racial Classification
288(1)
The Shortcomings of Assigning People to Clear-Cut Racial Categories
288(1)
Potential Single and Multiple Race Categories for the 2000 Census
289(1)
Other Shortcomings Associated with the U.S. System of Racial Classification
290(1)
The U.S. System of Ethnic Classification
290(2)
Chance, Context, and Choice
292(4)
Race as a Product of Chance, Context, and Choice
292(1)
Ethnicity as a Product of Chance, Context, and Choice
292(3)
Are People of Arab and Middle Eastern Descent ``White''?
295(1)
The Foreign-Born Population
296(1)
Highlights from the U.S. Bureau of the Census 2000 Brief: The Arab Population
297(1)
Global Implications Ethnic Category: ``Middle Eastern,'' ``Arab,'' or Neither?
298(1)
U.S. in Perspective Foreign-Born by Region of Birth, 2000
299(1)
Global Implications Immigrants to the United States Since 1820: Top 10 Countries of Origin
300(1)
The Role of Race and Ethnicity in Immigration Policy
298(2)
The Long-Standing Debate Over Immigration
300(1)
The Consequences of Racial and Ethnic Classification
301(8)
Minority Groups
301(1)
Perspectives on Assimilation
302(3)
Racist Ideologies
305(2)
Prejudice and Stereotyping
307(2)
White Men Can Jump
309(5)
Discrimination
311(3)
Focus on Social Entrepreneurs The Underground Railroad in American History and Culture
314(5)
Institutionalized Discrimination
317(1)
Social Identity and Stigma
318(1)
Cases of Institutionalized Discrimination Handled by the U.S. Department of Justice
319(3)
Student Voices When Does Race Matter?
322(3)
Responses to Stigmatization
324(1)
Summary & Implications
325(2)
Resources on the Internet
327(2)
Gender: With Emphasis on American Samoa
329(38)
Distinguishing Sex and Gender
332(1)
Sex as a Biological Concept
332(1)
Margaret Mead in American Samoa
333(3)
Gender as a Social Construct
334(2)
Gender Polarization
336(1)
Student Voices Penalties and Privileges Associated with Being Male and Female
337(3)
Social Emotions and the Mead-Freeman Controversy
339(1)
Student Voices Feeling Rules and Same-Sex Friends
340(2)
Compliance and Resistance to Gender Polarization
341(1)
Compliance and Resistance to Gender Polarization
342(3)
A Third Gender?
344(1)
Global Implications Hand-holding as an Expression of Affection (Not Homosexuality) Between Same-Sex Friends
345(1)
Mechanisms of Perpetuating Gender Ideals
346(7)
Socialization
346(2)
Socialization of American Samoan Boys to Be Football Players
348(1)
Commercialization of Gender Ideals
349(1)
Creating ``New Products'' That Consumers Need to Buy
350(3)
Women's Earnings as a Percentage of Men's Earnings, 1951--2002
353(3)
Situational Constraints on Mead and Freeman
353(2)
Sexist Ideology
355(1)
Gender Polarization and Body Language
356(2)
Gender, Ethnicity, Race, and the State
358(1)
Ideology Supporting Department of Defense's ``Don't Ask, Don't Tell'' Policy
359(2)
U.S. in Perspective Disabled Male Veterans
361(1)
Focus on Social Entrepreneurs Making Loans to the World's Poorest Women
362(2)
Summary & Implications
364(1)
Resources on the Internet
365(2)
Economics and Politics: With Emphasis on Iraq
367(38)
The Economy
370(3)
Agricultural Revolutions
370(2)
The Industrial Revolution
372(1)
The Post-industrial Society and the Information Revolution
372(1)
Major Economic Systems
373(2)
Capitalism
374(1)
Socialism
374(1)
World System Theory
375(1)
Core Economies
375(1)
Student Voices Proposed Personal Efforts to Reduce Reliance on Oil
376(2)
Peripheral Economies
377(1)
Semiperipheral Economies
377(1)
Iraq: A Peripheral Economy
378(1)
An Oil-Revenue-Dependent Economy
378(1)
Crude Oil Prices in 2003 Dollars
379(1)
The World's Most Heavily Indebted Country
380(1)
The United States: A Core Economy
380(2)
A Strong Tertiary Sector
380(1)
Dominance of U.S.-Headquartered Global Corporations in the World Economy
381(1)
U.S. in Perspective Imports from the United States to Countries Around the World
382(4)
Decline in Union Membership
383(1)
Flexible Work Schedules
384(1)
Computer and Information Technology
384(1)
An Oil- and Mineral-Dependent Economy
384(1)
Government and Consumer Debt
385(1)
Political Systems and Power
386(2)
Forms of Government
388(5)
Democracy
388(1)
Totalitarianism
389(1)
Authoritarianism
390(1)
Theocracy
391(1)
Power Elite Model
392(1)
Focus on Social Entrepreneurs Grand Ayatollah Ali Sistani
393(4)
Jubilee: A Special-Interest Group Dedicated to Supporting Economic Justice Campaigns Worldwide
397(2)
Pluralist Model
398(1)
Is the United States an Imperialist Power?
399(2)
Summary & Implications
401(2)
Resources on the Internet
403(2)
Family and Aging: With Emphasis on Japan
405(40)
Defining Family
408(2)
Kinship
408(1)
Membership Characteristics
409(1)
Legal Recognition
409(1)
U.S. in Perspective Selected Indicators of Family Structure, Composition, and Well-Being: Japan and the United States, 2000
410(3)
Social Functions
410(3)
Conflict View of Family Life
413(1)
Global Implications Highest and Lowest Total Fertility Rates: Nations and 50 States
414(4)
Productive and Reproductive Work
414(2)
Social Inequality Within the Society
416(1)
Racial Divisions and Boundaries
417(1)
The Changing Family in the United States
418(1)
Focus on Social Entrepreneurs Dismantling a Big Lie
419(4)
The Division of Labor and the Rise of the Breadwinner System
421(1)
The Decline of the Breadwinner System
421(1)
Declines in Total Fertility
421(1)
Increased Life Expectancy
422(1)
Increased Divorce Rates
422(1)
Increased Employment Opportunities for Women
422(1)
Student Voices Responses to the Conflicts Between Careers and Family
423(1)
The Changing Family in Japan
424(5)
The Fall of the ie Family System and the Rise of the Breadwinner System
426(2)
The Decline of Arranged Marriages
428(1)
The Rise of the ``Parasite Single'' and the ``New Single Concept''
428(1)
Entrenched Barriers to Employment
429(1)
Common Themes to the Century of Change
429(1)
Economic Arrangements and Their Effect on Productive and Reproductive Labor
429(1)
U.S. in Perspective Women in Managerial Positions and National-Level Elected Offices
430(1)
U.S. in Perspective Going Back to Japan After Living Three Years in the United States
431(5)
Parental Authority
435(1)
Status of Children
435(1)
The Economic Role of Children in Labor-Intensive Environments
436(5)
The Consequences of Long Life
437(2)
The Elderly and Their Caregivers in the United States
439(1)
The Elderly and Their Caregivers in Japan
440(1)
Summary & Implications
441(2)
Resources on the Internet
443(2)
Population and Urbanization: With Emphasis on India
445(32)
U.S. in Perspective The World's 10 Most Populous Countries, 2003
448(1)
The Study of Population
448(1)
Births
448(1)
Global Implications Key Demographic Indicators for the United States, India, and the World
449(2)
Deaths
449(1)
Age--Sex Composition
450(1)
U.S. in Perspective Population Pyramid Summary for India and the United States
451(1)
Sex Ratios by State in India, 2001
452(3)
Migration
452(3)
Focus on Social Entrepreneurs International Remittances
455(3)
Population Growth
456(2)
Percentage of Persons Born in Their State of Residence, 2000
458(1)
Student Voices Internal Migration Within the Last Three Years
459(1)
The Theory of Demographic Transition
459(4)
Stage 1: High Birth and Death Rates
460(1)
Stage 2: The Transition Stage
461(1)
Stage 3: Low Death Rates and Declining Birth Rates
462(1)
Industrialization: An Uneven Experience
463(1)
The Demographic Transition in India
464(1)
Relative Birth and Death Rates
464(1)
U.S. in Perspective Demographic Differences Between Labor-Intensive Poor Countries and Core Economies
465(4)
Urbanization in India
468(1)
The Village Community in India
469(1)
The Urban Versus Non-urban Experience in the United States
470(1)
Bhopal
471(1)
Housing Characteristics for Central Cities, Suburbs, and Nonmetropolitan Areas
472(1)
Summary & Implications
473(1)
Global Implications Annual Estimate of Births, Deaths, and Natural Increase for the World, India, and the United States
474(1)
Resources on the Internet
475(2)
Education: With Emphasis on the European Union
477(42)
What Is Education?
481(1)
Social Functions of Education
481(1)
Illiteracy in the United States and EU Countries
482(1)
Global Implications Top 20 Countries Sending Students to the United States and Top 25 Destinations for U.S. Students Who Study Abroad
483(1)
Historical Factors Shaping the U.S. System of Public Education
484(3)
The Development of Mass Education
485(1)
Textbooks Modeled After Catechisms
485(1)
Single-Language Instruction
486(1)
Characteristics of U.S. Education Relative to EU Countries
487(1)
The Availability of College
487(1)
Compulsory Foreign Language Education
488(4)
Differences in Curriculum
490(1)
Differences in Funding
490(1)
Education-Based Programs to Solve Social Problems
491(1)
Focus on Social Entrepreneurs Universities Learn the Value of Neighborliness
492(2)
Ambiguity of Purpose and Value
493(1)
A Close-Up View: The Classroom Environment
494(4)
The Curriculum
494(3)
Tracking
497(1)
Student Voices The Relevance of Jules Henry 40 Years Later
498(1)
U.S. in Perspective The Content of Math Lessons: Germany, the United States, and Japan
499(3)
Teachers' Expectations and Self-Fulfilling Prophecies
501(1)
An American English-Language Assistant in a French Vocational School
502(3)
Problems Faced by Teachers
504(1)
Global Implications Calculated Contact Time in Hours per Academic Year for Upper Secondary Education Teachers in EU Countries and the United States
505(1)
The Social Context of American Education
505(4)
Family Background
506(2)
Adolescent Subcultures
508(1)
Literacy Scores by Highest Educational Level of Either Parent: Selected EU Countries
509(2)
Interviews with EU Students Studying in the United States
511(3)
Summary & Implications
514(1)
Students' Multiple Worlds Model and Typology
515(2)
Resources on the Internet
517(2)
Religion: With Emphasis on the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan
519(40)
What Is Religion? Weber's and Durkheim's Views
522(8)
Beliefs About the Sacred
524(1)
Beliefs About the Profane
524(1)
Sacramental, Prophetic, and Mystical Religions
525(1)
Rituals
526(1)
Community of Worshipers
527(3)
Global Implications The World's Major Non-Christian Religions
530(2)
A Critique of Durkheim's Definition of Religion
532(1)
Civil Religion
532(3)
The Cold War
533(1)
Americans and Muslims as Cold War Partners
534(1)
The Historical Context of Afghanistan
535(2)
Gulf War I
535(2)
Afghanistan, Iraq, and the War on Terrorism
537(1)
The Functionalist Perspective
537(1)
U.S. in Perspective Freedom of Religious Expression in U.S. Prisons
538(4)
Society as the Object of Worship
540(1)
A Critique of the Functionalist Perspective of Religion
541(1)
Student Voices Portraits of Jesus
542(1)
The Conflict Perspective
543(2)
A Critique of the Conflict Perspective of Religion
544(1)
Max Weber: The Interplay Between Economics and Religion
545(1)
Focus on Social Entrepreneurs Faith-Based and Community Initiatives
546(3)
Two Opposing Trends: Secularization and Fundamentalism
549(3)
Secularization
549(1)
Fundamentalism
550(2)
Jihad and Militant Islam
552(1)
Summary & Implications
552(1)
9/11 Commission Recommendations to Prevent Continued Growth of Islamist Terrorism
553(4)
Resources on the Internet
557(2)
Social Change: With Emphasis on Global Interdependence
559(29)
Globalization
562(1)
What Is Social Change?
562(1)
Student Voices Examples of Global Interdependence and Its Effects
563(1)
Causes and Consequences of Social Change
564(1)
Innovations
564(1)
Global Interdependence: Essential Features
565(2)
Basic and Improving Innovations
566(1)
Global Implications International Tourism
567(6)
Innovations and the Information Explosion
567(2)
Changes in the Ways People Relate to Information
569(2)
The Cultural Base and the Rate of Change
571(1)
Cultural Lag
571(1)
Revolutionary Ideas
572(1)
Conflict
573(1)
U.S. in Perspective Project BioShield as a Response to September 11 and the Broader War on Terrorism
574(1)
The Cold War Origin of the Internet
574(1)
The Pursuit of Profit
575(1)
Focus on Social Entrepreneurs Change Agents
576(4)
World System Theory
578(1)
Responses to Economic Stagnation
578(2)
Social Movements
580(5)
Types of Social Movements
580(2)
The Life of a Social Movement
582(3)
Summary & Implications
585(2)
Resources on the Internet
587(1)
Key Concepts 588(13)
Notes 601(9)
References 610(29)
Photo Credits 639(1)
Index 640


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