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Study Guide for Stark's Sociology, 10th,9780495093466
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Study Guide for Stark's Sociology, 10th



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By Robert Wortham of North Carolina Central University. This student study tool contains extended abstracts (chapter summaries), key learning objectives, chapter outlines, key terms and key research studies (with page references), InfoTrac College Edition exercises, Internet exercises, and practice tests consisting of 25-30 multiple choice questions, 10 true-false questions, 10 short answer questions, and 3-5 essay questions. All questions include answer explanations and page references to the text.

Table of Contents

Groups and Relationships: A Sociological Samplerp. 1
Concepts for Social and Cultural Theoriesp. 17
Microsociology: Testing Interaction Theoriesp. 33
Macrosociology: Studying Larger Groups and Societiesp. 49
Biology, Culture, and Societyp. 65
Socialization and Social Rolesp. 80
Crime and Deviancep. 97
Social Controlp. 114
Concepts and Theories of Stratificationp. 131
Comparing Systems of Stratificationp. 147
Racial and Ethnic Inequality and Conflictp. 163
Gender and Inequalityp. 182
The Familyp. 199
Religionp. 217
Politics and the Statep. 234
The Interplay Between Education and Occupationp. 250
Social Change: Development and Global Inequalityp. 268
Population Changesp. 284
Urbanizationp. 302
The Organizational Agep. 319
Social Change and Social Movementsp. 337
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