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Summary

Part I: PRINCIPLES OF SOCIOLOGY. 1. Groups and Relationships: A Sociological Sampler. 2. Concepts for Social and Cultural Theories. 3. Micro Sociology: Testing Interaction Theories. 4. Macro Sociology: Studying Larger Groups and Societies. Part II: INDIVIDUALS AND GROUPS. 5. Biology, Culture, and Society. 6. Socialization and Social Roles. 7. Crime and Deviance. 8. Social Control. Part III: INEQUALITY. 9. Concepts and Theories of Stratification. 10. Comparing Systems of Stratification. 11. Racial and Ethnic Inequality and Conflict. 12. Gender and Inequality. Part IV: INSTITUTIONS. 13. The Family. 14. Religion. 15. Politics and the State. 16. The Interplay Between Education and Occupation. Part V: CHANGE. 17. Social Change: Development and Global Inequality. 18. Population Changes. 19. Urbanization. 20. The organizational Age. 21. Social Change and Social Movements. Epilogue.

Table of Contents

Part I Principles of Sociology
Groups and Relationships: A Sociological Sampler
1(30)
Science: Theory and Research
1(2)
The Discovery of Social Facts
3(3)
Stability and Variation
4(2)
The Upward Trend
6(1)
The Sociological Imagination
6(1)
Sociology and the Social Sciences
7(2)
Box 1-1 Founders of American Sociology Departments
8(1)
Units of Analysis
9(1)
Micro- and Macrosociology
10(2)
A Global Perspective
12(1)
Scientific Concepts
12(1)
Groups: The Sociological Subject
13(1)
Primary and Secondary Groups
13(1)
Solidarity and Conflict: The Sociological Questions
14(1)
Analyzing Social Networks
15(1)
Networks and Social Solidarity
15(1)
Networks and Social Conflict
15(1)
A Closer View Samuel Sampson: Monastic Strife
16(1)
Studying Self-Aware Subjects
16(5)
Unobtrusive Measures
17(2)
Validation
19(1)
Bias
20(1)
The Social Scientific Process
21(2)
Free Will and Social Science
23(1)
Conclusion
24(1)
Review Glossary
24(1)
Suggested Readings
25(1)
Sociology Online
26(5)
Concepts for Social and Cultural Theories
31(36)
The Concept of Society
33(1)
Social Structural Concepts
33(2)
Stratification
35(1)
Networks
35(4)
Networks and Power
35(1)
Local and Cosmopolitan Networks
35(3)
Societies as Networks
38(1)
The Concept of Culture
39(1)
Cultural Concepts
39(4)
Values and Norms
39(2)
Roles
41(1)
Multiculturalism and Subcultures
41(1)
Prejudice and Discrimination
42(1)
Assimilation and Accommodation
42(1)
Modernization and Globalization
43(1)
Jews and Italians in North America
43(5)
Prejudice and Discrimination
44(3)
Assimilation and Accommodation of Jews and Italians
47(1)
Theorizing About Ethnic Mobility
48(1)
The Cultural Theory
48(3)
A Closer View Zborowski and Herzog: Jewish Culture
48(2)
A Closer View Leonard Covello: Italian Culture
50(1)
The Social Theory
51(6)
A Closer View Stephen Steinberg: The Jewish Head Start
52(3)
A Closer View Joel Perlmann: A New Synthesis
55(2)
Reference Groups and Italian Traditionalism
57(4)
A Closer View Andrew Greeley: The Persistence of Italian Culture
59(2)
Conclusion
61(2)
Review Glossary
63(1)
Suggested Readings
64(1)
Sociology Online
65(2)
Microsociology: Testing Interaction Theories
67(28)
The Rational Choice Proposition
69(2)
Interaction Theories
71(1)
Symbolic Interaction
72(3)
Social Construction of Meaning
73(1)
Social Construction of the Self
74(1)
Exchange Theory
75(2)
Solidarity
76(1)
Inequality
76(1)
Agreement and Conformity
76(1)
Theory Testing: Measurement and Research
77(2)
Variables
77(1)
Criteria of Causation
78(1)
Time Order
78(1)
Correlation
78(1)
Nonspuriousness
78(1)
On Abstractions
78(1)
The Experiment: Studying Group Solidarity
79(4)
Box 3-1 Correlation
80(1)
A Closer View Solomon Asch: Solidarity and Conformity
81(1)
Manipulating the Independent Variable
82(1)
Randomization
83(1)
Significance
83(1)
Field Research: Studying Recruitment
83(6)
A Closer View Lofland and Stark: Religious Conversion
84(1)
Covert and Overt Observation
85(1)
Conversion as Conformity
85(2)
Four Principles of Recruitment
87(1)
Box 3-2 Heaven's Gate
88(1)
Conclusion
89(1)
Review Glossary
90(2)
Suggested Readings
92(1)
Sociology Online
93(2)
Macrosociology: Studying Larger Groups and Societies
95(30)
Describing Populations
96(4)
Simple and Proportional Facts
96(1)
Box 4-1 Experimental Effects of Social Structure
97(1)
Censuses and Samples
98(1)
Why Sampling Works
98(2)
Survey Research: Ideology and Conformity
100(2)
A Closer View Hirschi and Stark: Hellfire and Delinquency
100(1)
Spuriousness
101(1)
Conflicting Results
102(1)
Contextual Effects
102(2)
Network Analysis: Group Properties
104(3)
A Closer View Benjamin Zablocki: Networks of Love and Jealousy
104(3)
The Sociology of Societies
107(1)
Societies as Systems
108(2)
Sociocultural Components
108(1)
Interdependence Among Structures
108(1)
Equilibrium and Change
109(1)
Theories About Social Systems
110(4)
Functionalism
110(1)
Social Evolution
111(1)
Conflict Theory
112(2)
Comparative Research: Violence and Modernity
114(5)
Comparative Research
114(1)
Cross-Cultural ``Samples''
115(1)
A Closer View Napoleon Chagnon: Life Along the Amazon
116(1)
A Closer View Jeffery Paige: Conflict and Social Structures
117(2)
Conclusion
119(1)
Review Glossary
120(1)
Suggested Readings
121(1)
Sociology Online
122(3)
Part II Individuals and Groups
Biology, Culture, and Society
125(24)
Heredity
127(2)
Box 5-1 Identical Twins
128(1)
Behavioral Genetics
129(4)
Box 5-2 Minorities and Stardom
130(3)
The Growth Revolution
133(2)
Environmental Suppressors
134(1)
Hormones and Behavior
135(1)
A Closer View The Vietnam Veterans Study
136(1)
DNA and Culture
136(1)
A Closer View Origins of the Lemba
137(1)
Humans and Other Animals
137(7)
A Closer View Jane Goodall's Great Adventure
138(4)
Nonhuman Language
142(1)
A Closer View Washoe Learns to Sign
143(1)
Conclusion
144(1)
Review Glossary
145(1)
Suggested Readings
146(1)
Sociology Online
147(2)
Socialization and Social Roles
149(28)
Human Development
151(2)
Suppressing Development
151(1)
Accelerating Development
152(1)
A Closer View Studying the Mythical ``Mozart Effect''
152(1)
Cognitive Development
153(5)
A Closer View Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Stages
153(3)
Language Acquisition
156(1)
A Closer View Noam Chomsky: Universal Grammar
156(1)
Evidence of a Language Instinct
156(1)
Pidgin and Creole
157(1)
A Closer View Judy Kegl: The Nicaraguan Sign Language Study
157(1)
Emotional Development
158(2)
Emergence of the Self
158(1)
Personality Formation
159(1)
Culture and Personality
160(3)
Differential Socialization
163(6)
A Closer View Melvin Kohn: Occupational Roles and Socialization
165(2)
A Closer View Erving Goffman: Performing Social Roles
167(2)
Sex-Role Socialization
169(4)
A Closer View DeLoache, Cassidy, and Carpenter: Baby Bear Is a Boy
170(2)
A Closer View Stephen Richer: Games and Gender
172(1)
Conclusion
173(1)
Review Glossary
174(1)
Suggested Readings
174(1)
Sociology Online
175(2)
Crime and Deviance
177(34)
Ordinary Crime
179(4)
Robbery
180(1)
Burglary
181(1)
Homicide
182(1)
Offender Versatility
182(1)
The Criminal Act
183(1)
Biological Theories of Deviance
184(4)
``Born Criminals''
184(1)
Behavioral Genetics
185(1)
A Closer View Walter Gove: Age, Gender, Biology, and Deviance
186(2)
Mental Illness
188(1)
Personality Theories
189(1)
Elements of Self-Control
189(1)
Deviant Attachment Theories
190(3)
Differential Association: Social Learning
190(1)
Offending Families
191(1)
Deviant Friends
191(1)
Subcultural Deviance
192(1)
Structural Strain Theories
193(2)
``White-Collar'' Crime
195(1)
Control Theories
196(6)
Attachments
198(1)
Investments
199(1)
Involvements
199(1)
Beliefs
199(1)
A Closer View Linden and Fillmore: A Comparative Study of Delinquency
200(2)
Anomie and the Integration of Societies
202(1)
Climate and Season
202(2)
The Labeling Approach to Deviance
204(1)
Drugs and Crime
205(1)
Conclusion
206(2)
Review Glossary
208(1)
Suggested Readings
208(1)
Sociology Online
209(2)
Social Control
211(22)
Informal Control
212(2)
A Closer View Hechter and Kanazawa: Solidarity and Conformity in Japan
212(1)
Dependence
213(1)
Visibility
213(1)
Extensiveness
214(1)
Formal Control
214(1)
Prevention
215(3)
A Closer View The Cambridge-Somerville Experiment
215(3)
Other Prevention Programs
218(1)
Deterrence
218(5)
A Closer View Jack Gibbs: A Theory of Deterrence
220(2)
The Capital Punishment Controversy
222(1)
The Wheels of Justice
223(3)
The Police
223(2)
The Courts
225(1)
Reform and Resocialization
226(3)
A Closer View The TARP Experiment: Salaries for Ex-Convicts
227(2)
Conclusion
229(1)
Review Glossary
230(1)
Suggested Readings
230(1)
Sociology Online
231(2)
Part III Inequality
Concepts and Theories of Stratification
233(24)
Conceptions of Social Class
234(1)
Marx's Concept of Class
234(3)
The Bourgeoisie and the Proletariat
235(1)
Class Consciousness and Conflict
235(1)
The Economic Dimension of Class
236(1)
Weber's Three Dimensions of Stratification
237(1)
Property
237(1)
Prestige
238(1)
Power
238(1)
Status Inconsistency
238(1)
Social Mobility
239(4)
Rules of Status: Ascription and Achievement
239(1)
Structural and Exchange Mobility
240(2)
Class Cultures and Networks
242(1)
Marx and the Classless Society
243(3)
Dahrendorf's Critique
245(1)
Mosca: Stratification Is Inevitable
246(1)
The Functionalist Theory of Stratification
246(3)
Replaceability
247(1)
A Toy Society
248(1)
The Social Evolution Theory of Stratification
249(1)
The Conflict Theory of Stratification
250(2)
Exploitation
250(1)
The Politics of Replaceability
250(2)
Conclusion
252(1)
Review Glossary
253(1)
Suggested Readings
254(1)
Sociology Online
255(2)
Comparing Systems of Stratification
257(28)
Simple Societies
258(3)
Agrarian Societies
261(6)
Productivity
261(1)
Warfare
261(1)
Surplus and Stratification
262(1)
Military Domination
263(1)
Culture and Ascriptive Status
263(1)
Box 10-1 Stirrups, Saddles, and Feudal Domination
264(3)
Industrial Societies
267(13)
Industrialization and Stratification
268(2)
Social Mobility in Industrialized Nations
270(1)
A Closer View Lipset and Bendix: Comparative Social Mobility
271(2)
A Closer View Blau and Duncan: The Status Attainment Model
273(2)
A Closer View Mare and Tzeng: The Advantage of Having Older Parents
275(1)
A Closer View John Porter and Colleagues: Status Attainment in Canada
275(2)
Female Status Attainment
277(1)
A Closer View Michael Hout: Trends in Status Attainment
277(1)
A Closer View Bonnie H. Erickson: Networks and Power in Canada
278(2)
A Closer View Yanjie Bian: Networks and Success in China
280(1)
Conclusion
280(1)
Review Glossary
281(1)
Suggested Readings
282(1)
Sociology Online
283(2)
Racial and Ethnic Inequality and Conflict
285(46)
Intergroup Conflict
287(4)
Race
287(1)
Ethnic Groups
288(1)
Cultural Pluralism
288(3)
Preoccupation with Prejudice
291(3)
Allport's Theory of Contact
293(1)
A Closer View The Sherif Studies
294(1)
Slavery and the American Dilemma
294(3)
Status Inequality and Prejudice
297(6)
A Closer View Edna Bonacich: Economic Conflict and Prejudice
299(3)
Exclusion
302(1)
Caste Systems
302(1)
Middleman Minorities
303(1)
Identifiability
303(1)
Equality and the Decline of Prejudice
304(4)
The Japanese Experience in North America
304(3)
Japanese Americans
307(1)
Japanese Canadians
307(1)
Mechanisms of Ethnic and Racial Mobility
308(4)
Geographical Concentration
309(1)
Internal Economic Development and Specialization
309(1)
Development of a Middle Class
310(2)
Hispanic Americans
312(6)
Population Diversity
312(3)
Immigration Effects
315(1)
A Closer View Rodolfo O. De La Garza and Colleagues: A National Survey of Hispanic Americans
316(1)
Ethnic Mobility
317(1)
Going North: African American ``Immigration'' in the United States
318(9)
African American Progress
320(2)
Integration
322(1)
A Closer View Firebaugh and Davis: The Decline in Prejudice
323(1)
Barriers to African American Progress
323(1)
The Legacies of Slavery
323(1)
Box 11-1 Do White Fans Reject ``Too Black'' Teams?
324(1)
No Homeland
324(1)
Visibility
325(1)
Numbers
326(1)
Conclusion
327(1)
Review Glossary
328(1)
Suggested Readings
328(1)
Sociology Online
329(2)
Gender and Inequality
331(34)
An Operatic Insight
333(4)
Sex Ratios and Sex Roles: A Theory
337(9)
Sex Ratios
338(1)
Cases of Unbalanced Sex Ratios
339(1)
Geographical Mobility
339(1)
Female Infanticide
339(1)
Box 12-1 The Gilded Cage
340(1)
Health and Diet
341(1)
Differential Life Expectancy
341(1)
War
341(1)
Sexual Practices
341(1)
Ancient Athens: Too Few Women
342(1)
Ancient Sparta: Too Few Men
342(2)
Sex Ratios and Power Dependency
344(1)
Dyadic Power
344(1)
Structural Power
345(1)
Testing the Sex-Ratios and Sex-Roles Theory
346(14)
Trends in North American Sex Ratios
346(2)
Gender and Social Movements
348(1)
The ``Woman Movement''
348(2)
The Feminist Movement
350(1)
Women in the Labor Force
351(4)
The Sexual ``Revolution''
355(2)
Sex Ratios and the African American Family
357(1)
Why Are African American Men in Short Supply?
358(1)
Consequences for the African American Family
358(1)
Sexual Norms
359(1)
Sex Ratios and the Hispanic American Family
359(1)
Conclusion
360(2)
Review Glossary
362(1)
Suggested Readings
362(1)
Sociology Online
363(2)
Part IV Institutions
The Family
365(28)
Defining the Family
366(3)
Family Functions: An International Perspective
369(8)
Sexual Gratification
369(1)
Economic Support
369(1)
Emotional Support
370(1)
A Closer View Life in the Traditional European Family
371(1)
Household Composition
372(2)
Crowding
374(1)
``Outsiders''
374(1)
Child Care
374(1)
Relations Between Husbands and Wives
375(2)
Bonds Between Parents and Children
377(1)
Bonds Among Peer Group Members
377(1)
Modernization and Romance
377(2)
Modernization and Kinship
379(1)
Modernization and Divorce
380(3)
How Much Divorce?
381(1)
When Romance Fades
382(1)
Gender and Extramarital Sex
383(1)
A Closer View Trent and South: International Comparisons in Divorce
383(1)
Living Together
384(1)
The One-Parent Family
385(1)
Remarriage
386(2)
A Closer View Jacobs and Furstenberg: Second Husbands
386(1)
A Closer View White and Booth: Stepchildren and Marital Happiness
387(1)
Household Chores
388(1)
Conclusion
389(1)
Review Glossary
390(1)
Suggested Readings
390(1)
Sociology Online
391(2)
Religion
393(26)
The Nature of Religion
394(6)
The Gods
394(2)
Gods and Morality
396(3)
Gender and Religious Commitment
399(1)
Religious Economies
400(1)
Church-Sect Theory
401(2)
Secularization and Revival
403(2)
Innovation: Cult Formation
405(1)
Charisma
406(1)
The American Religious Economy
406(4)
Secularization and Revival
407(1)
Secularization and Innovation
408(1)
The ``Unchurched'' Belt
408(1)
The Geography of Cult Movements
408(1)
Who Joins Cults?
409(1)
The Canadian Religious Economy
410(2)
Cult Movements in Europe
412(1)
The Protestant Explosion in Latin America
412(2)
Eastern Revivals
414(1)
The Universal Appeal of Faith
415(1)
Conclusion
415(1)
Review Glossary
416(1)
Suggested Readings
416(1)
Sociology Online
417(2)
Politics and the State
419(30)
A Closer View The ``Tragedy of the Commons'' in the Laboratory
421(2)
Public Goods and the State
423(1)
Functions of the State
424(3)
Box 15-1 The Rewards for Free Riding
425(1)
Rise of the Repressive State
426(1)
Taming the State
427(5)
The Evolution of Pluralism
428(2)
Elitist and Pluralist States
430(1)
Pluralism or Power Elites?
431(1)
Democracy and the People
432(3)
A Closer View George Gallup: The Rise of Opinion Polling
434(1)
The American ``Voter''
435(1)
Female Candidates
436(3)
A Closer View Do Canadian Voters Reject Women for Parliament?
437(1)
A Closer View American Women as Candidates
438(1)
Ideology and Public Opinion
439(2)
Elite and Mass Opinion
441(3)
A Closer View Elites and Ideology
442(1)
A Closer View Issue Publics
443(1)
Organizations and Ideologies
443(1)
Conclusion
444(1)
Review Glossary
445(1)
Suggested Readings
446(1)
Sociology Online
447(2)
The Interplay Between Education and Occupation
449(28)
Occupational Prestige
450(2)
The Transformation of Work
452(2)
The Transformation of the Labor Force
454(3)
Women in the Labor Force
455(1)
Unemployment
456(1)
Job Satisfaction
457(1)
The Transformation of Education
457(4)
A Closer View ``Educated'' Americans
460(1)
Do Schools Really Matter?
461(2)
A Closer View Barbara Heyns: The Effects of Summer
462(1)
High School Today
463(4)
A Closer View Heyneman and Loxley: School Effects Worldwide
466(1)
Does Education Pay?
467(4)
A Closer View John W. Meyer: Theory of Educational Functions
469(2)
Conclusion
471(2)
Review Glossary
473(1)
Suggested Readings
474(1)
Sociology Online
475(2)
Part V Change
Social Change: Development and Global Inequality
477(28)
Internal Sources of Social Change
478(3)
Box 17-1 Modest Milestones of Modernization
479(1)
Innovations
479(1)
New Technology
479(1)
New Culture
479(1)
New Social Structures
480(1)
Conflicts
480(1)
Growth
481(1)
Change and Cultural Lag
481(1)
External Sources of Change
482(5)
Diffusion
483(1)
Conflict
484(1)
Ecological Sources of Change
485(2)
The Rise of the West
487(1)
Marx on Capitalism
487(2)
Capitalism
488(1)
Precapitalist Command Economies
488(1)
The Protestant Ethic
489(2)
The State Theory of Modernization
491(1)
Dependency and World System Theory
492(6)
Elements of a World System
492(2)
Dominance and Dependency
494(1)
Mechanisms of Dependency
494(1)
A Closer View Delacroix: Testing the Dependency Theory
495(3)
Dimensions of Global Inequality
498(2)
Globalization
500(1)
Conclusion
500(2)
Review Glossary
502(1)
Suggested Readings
502(1)
Sociology Online
503(2)
Population Changes
505(34)
Demographic Techniques
507(5)
Rates
508(1)
Cohorts
509(1)
Age and Sex Structures
510(2)
Preindustrial Population Trends
512(2)
Famine
512(1)
Disease
513(1)
War
514(1)
Malthusian Theory
514(3)
Modernization and Population
517(1)
The Demographic Transition
518(2)
A Closer View Kingsley Davis: Demographic Transition Theory
519(1)
The Second Population Explosion
520(6)
Box 18-1 The Life Cycle of the Baby Boom
521(3)
The Sudden Decline in Mortality
524(1)
High Fertility and Cultural Lag
525(1)
The Population Explosion Wanes
526(4)
Economic Development
527(1)
Numeracy About Children
528(1)
Contraception and Wanted Fertility
529(1)
``Depopulation''
530(2)
Low Fertility and Gender Bias
532(1)
Conclusion
532(3)
Review Glossary
535(1)
Suggested Readings
536(1)
Sociology Online
537(2)
Urbanization
539(30)
Preindustrial Cities
540(6)
Limits on City Style
541(3)
Box 19-1 Causes of Death in the City of London, 1632
544(1)
Why Live in Such Cities?
544(2)
Industrialization and Urbanization
546(3)
The Agricultural Revolution
546(3)
Specialization and Urban Growth
549(1)
Metropolis
549(6)
The Fixed-Rail Metropolis
552(1)
The Freeway Metropolis
552(1)
Preferring a Decentralized Metropolis
553(1)
Commuting
554(1)
Suburbs
555(1)
Urban Neighborhoods
556(3)
A Closer View Park and Burgess: Ethnic Succession
556(1)
A Closer View Guest and Weed: Economics and Integration
557(2)
Segregation in World Perspective
559(1)
Theories of Urban Impact
559(5)
Anomie Theories
561(1)
Effects of Crowding
562(1)
Macrostudies of Crowding
563(1)
A Closer View Microstudies of Crowding
563(1)
Conclusion
564(2)
Review Glossary
566(1)
Suggested Readings
566(1)
Sociology Online
567(2)
The Organizational Age
569(24)
The Crisis of Growth: Inventing Formal Organizations
571(5)
The Case of the Prussian General Staff
571(2)
The Cases of Daniel McCallum and Gustavus Swift
573(1)
McCallum
573(1)
Swift
574(1)
The Case of Civil Service
575(1)
Weber's Rational Bureaucracy
576(2)
Rational Versus Natural Systems
578(2)
Goal Displacement
578(1)
Goal Conflict
579(1)
Informal Relations
579(1)
The Crisis of Diversification
580(4)
Functional Divisions
581(1)
Autonomous Divisions
582(1)
A Closer View Blau's Theory of Administrative Growth
583(1)
Rational and Natural Factors in Decentralization
584(2)
Bureaucracy and the Bottom Line
586(1)
Conclusion
587(2)
Review Glossary
589(1)
Suggested Readings
590(1)
Sociology Online
591(2)
Social Change and Social Movements
593(26)
Sociological Approaches to Social Movements
595(1)
Shared Grievances
596(2)
Economic Domination
597(1)
Political Domination
597(1)
Personal Domination
597(1)
Hope
598(1)
A Precipitating Event
599(1)
Network Ties
600(1)
Mobilizing People and Resources
601(4)
Internal Factors: Building the Movement
601(1)
External Factors: Opponents and Allies
602(1)
The White Countermovement
602(1)
External Support
603(2)
The Proliferation of Civil Rights Organizations
605(1)
Freedom Summer: Mississippi, 1964
605(6)
A Closer View Doug McAdam and the Freedom Summer Study
607(1)
Becoming a Volunteer
608(1)
Biographical Availability
608(1)
Attitudes and Values
609(1)
Social Networks
609(1)
Participants Versus No-Shows
610(1)
The Volunteers Twenty Years Later
610(1)
Conclusion
611(1)
Review Glossary
612(1)
Suggested Readings
612(1)
Sociology Online
613(1)
Epilogue
Becoming a Sociologist
614(5)
Majoring in Sociology
614(1)
Going to Graduate School
615(1)
Selection
615(1)
Applying
616(1)
Succeeding in Graduate School
616(1)
On Learning to Write
617(1)
Sociological Careers
618(1)
References 619(18)
Illustration Credits 637(2)
Name Index 639(8)
Subject Index / Glossary 647


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