Test Bank (Downloadable Product) for Everyday Sociology Reader by Karen Sternheimer, ISBN : 9780393934298

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Downloadable Instructor Test Bank for Everyday Sociology Reader by Sternheimer



Test Bank for Everyday Sociology Reader by Sternheimer

Downloadable Instructor Test Bank for Everyday Sociology Reader by Karen Sternheimer, ISBN : 9780393934298

Table of Content

1. Thinking Sociologically and Doing Sociology

  1. The Sociological Perspective: C. BRADLEY WRIGHT MILLS, The Promise
  2. Sociological Theory: SALLY RASKOFF, Fractals, Theories, and Patterns
  3. Research Questions: JANICE PRINCE INNISS, Matching Research Methods to Research Questions
  4. Conducting Research: BRADLEY WRIGHT, Where to Sit: Doing Qualitative Research
  5. Statistics: JOEL BEST, Scary Numbers

2. Culture, Consumption, and Media

  1. Consumption: THORSTEIN VEBLEN, Conspicuous Consumption
  2. Lifestyle: JULIET B. SCHOR, The Visible Lifestyle: American Symbols of Status
  3. Television: KAREN STERNHEIMER, Reality Life
  4. Magazines: KAREN STERNHEIMER, Beauty Myths and Magazines
  5. Email: JANICE PRINCE INNISS, Marketing Ideas and Fears Through Email: Pass Along Hoaxes and Urban Legends

3. Self and Interaction

  1. The Public Self: ERVING GOFFMAN, [Impression Management]
  2. Breaching Norms: BRADLEY WRIGHT, Grocery Shopping, Ordering Whoppers, and Borat
  3. Managing Stigma: SALLY RASKOFF, Stand by Our Man
  4. Identity: MEIKA LOE and LEIGH CUTTINO, Grappling with the Medicated Self: The Case of ADHD College Students
  5. Identity and Value: BRADLEY WRIGHT, Romantic Exchanges

4. Community, Organizations, and Social Groups

  1. Organizations: MAX WEBER, Bureaucracy
  2. Organizational Failure: JANICE PRINCE INNISS, Bureaucracy: Resistance to Change and Adaptation
  3. Declining Civic Engagement: ROBERT PUTNAM, Civic Participation
  4. Increasing Civic Engagement: SALLY RASKOFF, Beyond Bowling Alone
  5. Barriers to Involvement: BRADLEY WRIGHT, Social Movements and Your Attention Span

5. Crime and Deviance

  1. Understanding Crime Statistics: KAREN STERNHEIMER, Murder and Statistics
  2. A Theory of Crime: JAMES Q. WILSON and GEORGE L. KELLING, Broken Windows: The Police and Neighborhood Safety
  3. Challenging a Theory of Crime: BRADLEY WRIGHT, Beyond Broken Windows
  4. Understanding Deviance: PATRICK F. PARNABY and VINCENT F. SACCO, [The Relationship Between Celebrity and Deviant Behavior]
  5. Navigating the Deviant Label: SALLY RASKOFF, Rehab, Labeling, and Deviance

6. Stratification

  1. American Class Structure: ROBERT PERRUCCI and EARL WYSONG, Class in America
  2. The Intersection of Class and Race: JANICE PRINCE INNISS, Class and Race
  3. Class in Everyday Life: KAREN STERNHEIMER, Class Consciousness
  4. Media Representations of Class: DIANA KENDALL, Class Action in the Media
  5. Shifting Perspectives of Homelessness: SALLY RASKOFF, The Disaster of Homelessness

7. Gender and Sexuality

  1. Gender as Performance: CANDACE WEST and DON H. ZIMMERMAN, Doing Gender
  2. Performing Masculinity: KRISTEN BARBER, The Well-Coiffed Man: Class, Race, and Heterosexual Masculinity in the Hair Salon
  3. Gender and Power: SALLY RASKOFF, Language, Gender, and Power
  4. Gender and Sex: JANICE PRINCE INNISS, Back Stage out in Front: Impressions of Teen Pregnancy
  5. Sexual Orientation: SALLY RASKOFF, Does Finger Size Reveal Sexual Orientation?

8. Race and Ethnicity

  1. Constructing Race: MICHAEL OMI and HOWARD WINANT, Racial Formation, from Racial Formation in the United States
  2. Racial Identity: JANICE PRINCE INNISS, Black and White or Rainbow Colors: Tiger Woods and the ‘One Drop Rule’
  3. Race Relations: C. N. LE, Racial Tensions and Living in a Colorblind Society
  4. Constructing Ethnicity: MARY WATERS, The Costs of a Costless Community
  5. Ethnic Identity: JANICE PRINCE INNISS, Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day: Symbolic Ethnicity

9. Social Institutions

  1. Families and Work: ARLIE RUSSELL HOCHSCHILD, The Overextended Family
  2. Child Care: JANICE PRINCE INNISS, Who Cares for America’s Babies?
  3. Work and the Economy: BARBARA EHRENREICH, White-collar Downward Mobility
  4. Work and Social Networks: BRADLEY WRIGHT, Getting a Job: Weak Social Ties and Online Connections
  5. Education and Inequality: JONATHAN KOZOL, Hitting Them Hardest When They’re Small
  6. Education and Globalization: C. N. LE, Globalization and Higher Education
  7. Religion and Spirituality: GREG STANCZAK, Bridging the Gap: The Split Between Society and Spirituality from Engaged Spirituality: Social Change and American Religion
  8. Religion and Deviance: KATHLEEN LOWNEY, What Is a Cult?
  9. Government and Power: KAREN STERNHEIMER, The Sociology of Conspiracy

10. Social Change

  1. Generational Change: DUANE F ALWIN, Generations X, Y and Z: Are They Changing America?
  2. Immigration and Trends: JANICE PRINCE INNISS, Black Ethnicity: The Foreign-born in America
  3. Immigration and Social Change: ROBERT J. SAMPSON, Rethinking Crime and Immigration,
  4. Fear of Immigration and Change: SALLY RASKOFF, Statistics and Myths about Immigrants
  5. Social Movements and Social Change: KAREN STERNHEIMER, Social Movements and the Environment