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Summary

Andersen & Taylor is a theoretically balanced, mainstream, brief text characterized by its emphasis on diversity. In every chapter, students explore research and data that illustrate how class, race-ethnicity, gender, age, geographic residence, and sexual orientation relate to the topics covered. This text provides a solid research orientation to the basic principles of sociology while maintaining an accessible style, appealing to the ever-changing student population, and inviting students to view the world through a sociological lens. This highly integrated, research-oriented, contemporary example approach combined with its depth of coverage in a brief-text format accounts for its wide appeal to professors and students alike.

Table of Contents

Part One Introducing the Sociological Imagination
Sociological Perspectives and Sociological Research 1
What Is Sociology?
2(7)
The Sociological Perspective
2(3)
Discovering Inconvenient Facts
5(1)
Debunking in Sociology
6(3)
Key Sociological Concepts
9(1)
The Significance of Diversity
9(3)
Defining Diversity
9(1)
Society in Global Perspective
10(2)
The Development of Sociological Theory
12(7)
The Influence of the Enlightenment
12(1)
Classical Sociological Theory
13(2)
Sociology in America
15(1)
Theoretical Frameworks: Functionalism, Conflict Theory, and Symbolic Interaction
16(3)
Diverse Theoretical Perspectives
19(1)
Doing Sociological Research
19(5)
Sociology and the Scientific Method
20(1)
The Research Process
21(3)
The Tools of Sociological Research
24(4)
The Survey: Polls, Questionnaires, and Interviews
24(1)
Participant Observation
25(1)
Controlled Experiments
25(2)
Content Analysis
27(1)
Historical Research
28(1)
Evaluation Research
28(1)
Research Ethics: Is Sociology Value-Free?
28(3)
Chapter Summary
31
Understanding Diversity: Becoming a Sociologist
3(1)
Taking on Social Issues: Sexual Abuse
4(2)
Doing Sociological Research: Debunking the Myths of Black Teenage Motherhood
6(2)
Careers in Sociology
8(2)
Writing About Society: Troubles and Issues
10(16)
A Sociological Eye on the Media: Research and the Media
26(3)
Statistics in Sociology
29(5)
Part Two Society, Individuals and Social Structure
Culture
34(30)
Defining Culture
36(5)
Characteristics of Culture
36(4)
Biology and Human Culture
40(1)
The Elements of Culture
41(5)
Language
41(2)
Norms
43(2)
Beliefs
45(1)
Values
45(1)
Cultural Diversity
46(5)
Dominant Culture
47(1)
Subcultures
48(1)
Countercultures
49(1)
Ethnocentrism
50(1)
The Globalization of Culture
51(1)
Popular Culture and the Media
51(3)
The Influence of the Mass Media
52(1)
Race, Gender, and Class in the Media
53(1)
Theoretical Perspectives on Culture
54(4)
Culture and Group Solidarity
54(2)
Culture, Power, and Social Conflict
56(1)
Symbolic Interaction and the Study of Culture
57(1)
Cultural Change
58(2)
Culture Lag
58(1)
Sources of Cultural Change
58(2)
Chapter Summary
60
Understanding Diversity: The Social Meaning of Language
38(4)
Taking on Social Issues: The English-Only Movement
42(6)
Doing Sociological Research: Tattoos: Status Risk or Status Symbol?
48(6)
A Sociological Eye on the Media: Media Blackout
54(1)
Writing About Society: A Media Blackout Experiment
55(9)
Socialization and the Life Course
64(32)
The Socialization Process
66(3)
The Nature-Nurture Controversy
67(1)
Socialization as Social Control
68(1)
Conformity and Individuality
68(1)
The Consequences of Socialization
69(1)
Agents of Socialization
69(7)
The Family
70(1)
The Media
70(1)
Peers
71(1)
Religion
72(1)
Sports
73(1)
Schools
74(2)
Theories of Socialization
76(5)
Psychoanalytic Theory
76(1)
Social Learning Theory
77(1)
Functionalism and Conflict Theory
78(1)
Symbolic Interaction Theory
79(2)
Growing Up in a Diverse Society
81(2)
Aging and the Life Course
83(8)
Childhood
83(1)
Adolescence
84(2)
Adulthood
86(1)
Age and Aging
87(3)
Rites of Passage
90(1)
Resocialization
91(2)
The Process of Conversion
91(1)
The Brainwashing Debate
92(1)
Chapter Summary
93
Understanding Diversity: My Childhood (Bong Hwan Kim)
67(4)
Taking on Social Issues: Media Violence
71(4)
Public Sociology: Boys and Girls in School
75(6)
Writing About Society: Childhood Play and Socialization
81(1)
Doing Sociological Research: Children's Understanding of Race
82(14)
Social Interaction and Social Structure
96(28)
What Is Society?
98(4)
From Groups to Institutions: Microanalysis and Macroanalysis
98(1)
Groups
98(1)
Statuses
99(1)
Roles
100(2)
Theories About Analyzing Social Interaction
102(4)
The Social Construction of Reality
102(1)
Ethnomethodology
103(1)
Impression Management and Dramaturgy
104(1)
Social Exchange and Game Theory
105(1)
Interaction in Cyberspace
106(1)
Forms of Nonverbal Communication
107(3)
Touch
108(1)
Paralinguistic Communication
108(1)
Body Language
109(1)
Use of Personal Space
109(1)
Interpersonal Attraction and the Formation of Pairs
110(3)
Proximity
111(1)
Mere Exposure Effect
112(1)
Perceived Physical Attractiveness
112(1)
Similarity
113(1)
Social Institutions and Social Structure
113(1)
Social Institutions
113(1)
Social Structure
114(1)
What Holds Society Together?
114(2)
Mechanical and Organic Solidarity
115(1)
Gemeinschaft and Gesellschaft
115(1)
Types of Societies: A Global View
116(5)
Preindustrial Societies
116(2)
Industrial Societies
118(1)
Postindustrial Societies
118(3)
Chapter Summary
121
Writing About Society: Riding in Elevators
103(1)
Doing Sociological Research: ``Doing Hair, Doing Class''
104(16)
Taking on Social Issues: A Sense of Community
120(4)
Groups and Organizations
124(24)
Types of Groups
126(6)
Dyads and Triads: Group Size Effects
127(1)
Primary and Secondary Groups
127(2)
Reference Groups
129(1)
In-Groups and Out-Groups
130(1)
Social Networks
131(1)
Social Influence
132(5)
The Asch Conformity Experiment
132(1)
The Milgram Obedience Studies
133(1)
The Prisoners at Abu Ghraib: Research Predicts Reality?
134(1)
Groupthink
135(1)
Risky Shift
136(1)
Formal Organizations and Bureaucracies
137(5)
Types of Organizations
137(1)
Bureaucracy
138(1)
Bureaucracy's Other Face
139(1)
Problems of Bureaucracies
140(1)
The McDonaldization of Society
141(1)
Diversity: Race, Gender, and Class in Organizations
142(2)
Functional, Conflict, and Symbolic Interaction: Theoretical Perspectives
144(1)
Chapter Summary
145
Writing About Society: Analyzing Groups
128(1)
Doing Sociological Research: Sharing the Journey
128(16)
Taking on Social Issues: Has Racial and Gender Equality Been Achieved in Bureaucracies?
144(4)
Deviance and Crime
148(32)
Defining Deviance
150(3)
Sociological Perspectives on Deviance
150(3)
Psychological Explanations of Deviance
153(1)
Sociological Theories of Deviance
153(9)
Functionalist Theories of Deviance
154(3)
Conflict Theories of Deviance
157(2)
Symbolic Interaction Theories of Deviance
159(3)
Forms of Deviance
162(2)
Mental Illness
162(1)
Social Stigmas
163(1)
Substance Abuse: Drugs and Alcohol
163(1)
Crime and Criminal Justice
164(12)
Measuring Crime: How Much Is There?
165(3)
Organized Crime
168(1)
Corporate Crime and Deviance: Doing Well, Doing Time
168(1)
Race, Class, Gender, and Crime
169(4)
The Criminal Justice System: Police, Courts, and the Law
173(3)
Terrorism as International Crime: A Global Perspective
176(2)
Chapter Summary
178
Taking on Social Issues: Should Drugs Be Decriminalized?
164(2)
A Sociological Eye on the Media: Images of Violent Crime
166(1)
Writing About Society: Crime in the Media
166(4)
Understanding Diversity: The Rich Get Richer and the Poor Get Prison
170(10)
Part Three Social Inequalities
Social Class and Social Stratification
180(32)
Social Differentiation and Social Stratification
182(3)
Estate, Caste, and Class
182(2)
Defining Class
184(1)
Why Is There Inequality?
185(3)
Karl Marx: Class and Capitalism
185(1)
Max Weber: Class, Status, and Party
186(1)
Functionalism and Conflict Theory: The Continuing Debate
186(2)
The Class Structure of the United States
188(11)
Layers of Social Class
189(2)
Class Conflict
191(2)
The Distribution of Wealth and Income
193(2)
Diverse Sources of Stratification
195(4)
Social Mobility: Myths and Realities
199(1)
Class Consciousness
199(1)
Defining Social Mobility
200(1)
The Extent of Social Mobility
200(1)
Poverty
200(8)
Who Are the Poor?
201(2)
Causes of Poverty
203(2)
Welfare and Social Policy
205(3)
Chapter Summary
208
Doing Sociological Research: The Fragile Middle Class
196(2)
Understanding Diversity: Latino Class Experience
198(2)
Writing About Society: Stratification
200(1)
A Sociological Eye on the Media: Reproducing Class Stereotypes
201(5)
Public Sociology: Jobs for the Future
206(1)
Taking on Social Issues: Is Marriage the Solution to Poverty?
207(5)
Global Stratification
212(24)
Global Stratification
214(6)
Rich and Poor
215(3)
The Core and Periphery
218(1)
Race and Global Inequality
219(1)
Theories of Global Stratification
220(4)
Modernization Theory
220(1)
Dependency Theory
221(1)
World Systems Theory
222(2)
Consequences of Global Stratification
224(4)
Population
224(1)
Health and Environment
225(1)
Education and Illiteracy
226(1)
Gender Inequality
226(1)
War and Terrorism
227(1)
World Poverty
228(4)
Who Are the World's Poor?
229(1)
Women and Children in Poverty
229(1)
Poverty and Hunger
230(1)
Causes of World Poverty
230(2)
Globalization and Social Change
232(1)
Chapter Summary
233
Public Sociology: Symbols, Sportswear, and Sweatshops
217(1)
Writing About Sociology: Global Stratification
218(1)
Doing Sociological Research: Servants of Globalization: Who Does the Domestic Work?
219(8)
Taking on Social Issues: Global Epidemics
227(9)
Race and Ethnicity
236(30)
Race and Ethnicity
238(4)
Ethnicity
238(1)
Race
238(3)
Minority and Dominant Groups
241(1)
Racial Stereotypes
242(1)
Stereotypes and Salience
242(1)
The Interplay Among Race, Gender, and Class Stereotypes
242(1)
Prejudice, Discrimination, and Racism
243(3)
Prejudice
243(1)
Discrimination
244(1)
Racism
245(1)
Theories of Prejudice and Racism
246(2)
Psychological Theories of Prejudice
246(1)
Sociological Theories of Prejudice and Racism
247(1)
Diverse Groups, Diverse Histories
248(7)
Native Americans
248(1)
African Americans
249(2)
Latinos
251(1)
Asian Americans
252(2)
Middle Easterners
254(1)
White Ethnic Groups
254(1)
Patterns of Racial and Ethnic Relations
255(2)
Assimilation Versus Pluralism
255(1)
Segregation and the Urban Underclass
256(1)
The Relative Importance of Class and Race
257(1)
Attaining Racial and Ethnic Equality: The Challenge
257(6)
Civil Rights
257(2)
Radical Social Change
259(2)
Affirmative Action
261(2)
Chapter Summary
263
Doing Sociological Research: American Apartheid
258(1)
Public Sociology: Race, the Underclass, and Public Policy
259(2)
Understanding Diversity: The Sociology of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita
261(1)
Writing About Society: Race and Ethnicity
262(1)
Taking on Social Issues: The Affirmative Action Debate
262(4)
Gender
266(28)
The Social Construction of Gender
268(2)
Defining Sex and Gender
268(1)
Sex Differences: Nature or Nurture?
269(1)
Gender Socialization
270(7)
The Formation of Gender Identity
271(1)
Sources of Gender Socialization
271(2)
The Price of Conformity
273(2)
Race, Gender, and Identity
275(1)
Gender Socialization and Homophobia
275(1)
The Institutional Basis of Gender
276(1)
Gender Stratification
277(8)
Sexism and Patriarchy
277(3)
Women's Worth: Still Unequal
280(4)
The Devaluation of Women's Work
284(1)
Balancing Work and Family
285(1)
Theories of Gender
285(2)
The Frameworks of Sociology
285(1)
Feminist Theory
286(1)
Gender in Global Perspective
287(1)
Gender and Social Change
288(3)
Contemporary Attitudes
289(1)
Legislative Change
290(1)
Chapter Summary
291
A Sociological Eye on the Media: Cultural Gatekeepers and the Construction of Femininity
274(2)
Taking on Social Issues: Violence Against Women Act
276(2)
Doing Sociological Research: Eating Disorders: Gender, Race, and the Body
278(4)
Public Sociology: Domestica
282(4)
Writing About Society: Changing Gender
286(8)
Sexuality
294(22)
Sex and Culture
296(2)
Sex: Is It Natural?
296(1)
The Social Basis of Sexuality
296(2)
Contemporary Sexual Attitudes and Behavior
298(1)
Changing Sexual Values
298(1)
Sexual Practices of the U.S. Public
299(1)
Sexuality and Sociological Theory
299(3)
Sex: Functional or Conflict-Based?
299(1)
Symbolic Interaction and the Social Construction of Sexual Identity
300(2)
Sex, Diversity, and Inequality
302(6)
Sexual Politics
302(1)
The Influence of Race, Class, and Gender
303(1)
A Global Perspective on Sexuality
304(1)
Understanding Gay and Lesbian Experience
305(3)
Sex and Social Issues
308(5)
Birth Control
308(1)
New Reproductive Technologies
309(1)
Abortion
309(1)
Pornography
310(1)
Teen Pregnancy
310(2)
Sexual Violence
312(1)
Sex and Social Change
313(1)
The Sexual Revolution: Is It Over?
313(1)
Technology, Sex, and Cybersex
313(1)
Commercializing Sex
314(1)
Chapter Summary
314
Writing About Society: Sexuality
298(2)
Doing Sociological Research: Teens and Sex: Are Young People Becoming More Sexually Conservative?
300(4)
A Sociological Eye on the Media: Publicity Traps: Sex on TV Talk Shows
304(3)
Understanding Diversity: Gay-Bashing and Gender Betrayal
307(6)
Taking on Social Issues: Sex, Censorship, and Cyberspace
313(3)
Part Four • Social Institutions
Families and Religion
316(34)
Defining the Family
318(3)
Comparing Kinship Systems
318(1)
Extended and Nuclear Families
319(2)
Sociological Theory and Families
321(2)
Functionalist Theory and Families
321(1)
Conflict Theory and Families
322(1)
Feminist Theory and Families
323(1)
Symbolic Interaction Theory and Families
323(1)
Diversity Among Contemporary American Families
323(7)
Female-Headed Households
325(1)
Married-Couple Families
326(1)
Stepfamilies
327(1)
Gay and Lesbian Households
328(1)
Singles
329(1)
Marriage and Divorce
330(4)
Marriage
330(1)
Divorce
331(2)
Family Violence
333(1)
Changing Families in a Changing Society
334(3)
Global Changes in Family Life
334(1)
Families and Social Policy
335(2)
Defining Religion
337(1)
The Significance of Religion in the United States
338(2)
The Dominance of Christianity
339(1)
Measuring Religious Faith
339(1)
Forms of Religion
340(1)
Sociological Theories of Religion
340(2)
Emile Durkheim: The Functions of Religion
340(1)
Max Weber: The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism
341(1)
Karl Marx: Religion, Social Conflict, and Oppression
342(1)
Symbolic Interaction: Becoming Religious
342(1)
Diversity and Religious Belief
342(8)
The Influence of Race and Ethnicity
343(1)
Religious Extremism
344(1)
Religious Organizations
345(1)
Religion and Social Change
346(1)
Chapter Summary
347
Understanding Diversity: Interracial Dating and Marriage
320(1)
Writing About Society: Family
321(3)
A Sociological Eye on the Media: Idealizing Family Life
324(3)
Public Sociology: Family, Work, and Time
327(5)
Doing Sociological Research: Men's Caregiving
332(4)
Taking on Social Issues: Gay Marriage
336(14)
Education and Health Care
350(30)
Schooling and Society
352(2)
The Rise of Education in the United States
352(1)
The Functionalist View of Education
352(2)
The Conflict View of Education
354(1)
The Symbolic Interactionist View of Education
354(1)
Does Schooling Matter?
354(2)
Effects of Education on Occupation and Income
355(1)
Effects of Social Class Background on Education and Social Mobility
356(1)
Education, Social Class, and Mobility Seen Globally
356(8)
Education and Inequality
357(1)
Cognitive Ability and Its Measurement
358(1)
Ability and Diversity
359(1)
The ``Cognitive Elite'' and The Bell Curve Debate
360(1)
Tracking and Labeling Effects
361(1)
Teacher Expectancy Effect
362(1)
Schooling and Gender
363(1)
Stereotype Threat
364(1)
Health Care in the United States
364(8)
The Emergence of Modern Medicine
364(1)
Health, Diversity, and Social Inequality
365(2)
Race and Health Care
367(1)
Social Class and Health Care
367(1)
Gender and Health Care
368(2)
Aids and Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)
370(2)
Theoretical Perspectives on Health Care
372(2)
The Functionalist View
372(1)
The Conflict Theory View
372(1)
Symbolic Interactionism
373(1)
The Health Care Crisis in the United States
374(3)
The Cost of Health Care
374(1)
Medical Malpractice
375(1)
A Response to the Problem: HMOs
376(1)
The Universal Health Care Debate
376(1)
Chapter Summary
377
Taking on Social Issues: Is Ability Tracking Still Around?
362(4)
Understanding Diversity: The Americans with Disabilities Act
366(4)
Doing Sociological Research: Beauty and Health
370(6)
Writing About Society: Youth and Health Insurance
376(4)
Politics and the Economy
380(32)
Defining the State
382(1)
The Institutions of the State
382(1)
The State and Social Order
382(1)
Global Interdependence and the State
382(1)
Power and Authority
383(2)
Types of Authority
384(1)
The Growth of Bureaucratic Government
384(1)
Theories of Power
385(3)
The Pluralist Model
385(1)
The Power Elite Model
386(1)
The Autonomous State Model
387(1)
Feminist Theories of the State
387(1)
Government: Power and Politics in a Diverse Society
388(7)
Diverse Patterns of Political Participation
388(3)
Political Power: Who's in Charge?
391(1)
Women and Minorities in Government
391(1)
The Military
391(4)
Economy and Society
395(1)
The Industrial Revolution
395(1)
Comparing Economic Systems
396(1)
The Changing Global Economy
396(3)
A More Diverse Workplace
397(1)
Deindustrialization
397(1)
Technological Change
398(1)
Theoretical Perspectives on Work
399(1)
Defining Work
399(1)
The Division of Labor
399(1)
Functionalism, Conflict Theory, and Symbolic Interaction
400(1)
Characteristics of the Labor Force
400(7)
Who Works?
401(1)
Unemployment and Joblessness
402(2)
Diversity in the U.S. Occupational System
404(3)
Power in the Workplace
407(2)
Sexual Harassment
407(1)
Gays and Lesbians in the Workplace
408(1)
Disability and Work
408(1)
Chapter Summary
409
Taking on Social Issues: Civil Liberties and National Security
383(5)
Understanding Diversity: Diversity in the Power Elite
388(13)
Writing About Society: Anatomy of Working Class Jobs
401(1)
Doing Sociological Research: All in the Family: Children of Immigrants and Family Businesses
402(10)
Part Five Social Change
Population, Urbanization, and the Environment
412(26)
Demography and the U.S. Census
414(1)
Diversity and the Three Basic Demographic Processes
414(4)
Birthrate
415(1)
Death Rate
416(1)
Migration
417(1)
Population Characteristics
418(2)
Sex Ratio and the Population Pyramid
418(1)
Cohorts
419(1)
Theories of Population Growth Locally and Globally
420(1)
Malthusian Theory
420(3)
Demographic Transition Theory
421(1)
The ``Population Bomb'' and Zero Population Growth
422(1)
Checking Population Growth
423(1)
Family Planning and Diversity
423(1)
Population Policy and Diversity
424(1)
Urbanization
424(2)
Urbanization as a Lifestyle
425(1)
Race, Class, and the Suburbs
426(1)
The New Suburbanites
426(1)
Ecology and the Environment
426(8)
Vanishing Resources
427(2)
Environmental Pollution
429(2)
Environmental Racism and Classism
431(2)
Feminism and the Environment
433(1)
Environmental Policy
433(1)
Globalization: Population and Environment in the Twenty-First Century
434(1)
Chapter Summary
435
Doing Sociological Research: New Findings Challenge Demographic Transition
424(4)
Writing About Society: The Wasteful Society
428(3)
Taking on Social Issues: Environmental Racism
431(7)
Social Change and Social Movements
438(27)
What Is Social Change?
440(1)
Theories of Social Change
441(3)
Functionalist and Evolutionary Theories
441(2)
Conflict Theories
443(1)
Cyclical Theories
443(1)
The Causes of Social Change
444(4)
Revolution
444(1)
Cultural Diffusion
444(1)
Inequality and Change
445(1)
Technological Innovation and the Cyberspace Revolution
446(1)
Population and Change
447(1)
War, Terrorism, and Social Change
447(1)
Modernization
448(4)
From Community to Society
449(1)
Mass Society and Bureaucracy
450(1)
Social Inequality, Powerlessness, and the Individual
451(1)
Global Theories of Social Change
452(1)
Modernization Theory
452(1)
World Systems Theory
453(1)
Dependency Theory
453(1)
Collective Behavior and Social Movements
453(7)
Characteristics of Collective Behavior
454(2)
The Organization of Social Movements
456(1)
Origins of Social Movements
457(1)
Theories of Social Movements
458(2)
Diversity, Globalization, and Social Change
460(1)
Chapter Summary
461
Writing About Society: Social Change and Technological Innovation
447(3)
Public Sociology: The 9/11 Commission Report on Terrorist Attacks Against the U.S.
450(4)
Taking on Social Issues: Bringing in Social Change
454(11)
Glossary 465(8)
References 473(20)
Credits 493(2)
Name Index 495(8)
Subject Index 503


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