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Downloadable Instructor Test Bank for Imagining Society An Introduction to Sociology By Catherine Corrigall-Brown, ISBN: 9781071802274, ISBN: 9781544333427, ISBN: 9781071804803

Table Of Content
PART I: UNDERSTANDING SOCIETY
Chapter 1: The Sociological Imagination

Society and Culture

The Sociological Imagination

Reading: From The Sociological Imagination by C. Wright Mills

Three Core Foci of Sociology

Three Core Aims of Sociology

Reading: Body Ritual among the Nacirema by Horace Miner

Émile Durkheim and Social Facts

Is Sociology Just Common Sense?

Research Methods: How Do Sociologists Study Society?

Summary

Key Terms

For Further Reading

Chapter 2: Socialization and Social Interaction

The Individual and Society

Reading: “Review of Albert Schaeffle, Bau und Leben des Sozialen Körpers: Erster Band” by Émile Durkheim

Socialization

Methods in Depth: The Socialization of Women in the Hate Movement

Aging and Socialization

The Performance of Social Roles

Reading: “The Presentation of Self” by Erving Goffman

Summary

Key Terms

For Further Reading

Chapter 3: Deviance, Law, and Crime

What Is Deviance?

Social Construction

Why Are People Deviant?

Reading: “On Being Sane in Insane Places” by D.L. Rosenhan

The Power of the Situation

Punishment

Reading: “The Body of the Condemned” by Michel Foucault

Methods in Depth: The Effects of Mass Incarceration After Release

Summary

Key Terms

For Further Reading

PART II: SOCIAL INEQUALITY
Chapter 4: Social Stratification and Social Class

Karl Marx: The Basics

Class Struggles

Reading: “Manifesto of the Communist Party” by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels

Class Consciousness

Max Weber and the Multiple

Methods in Depth: Women Without Class by Julie Bettis

Bases of Power

Income and Wealth Inequality in the United States

Reading: From Nickel-and-Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America by Barbara Ehrenreich

Poverty

Summary

Key Terms

For Further Reading

Chapter 5: Race and Ethnicity

Race and Ethnicity

Reading: “Optional Ethnicities: For Whites Only?” by Mary C. Waters

The Consequences of Social Constructions

Methods in Depth: Racial Stereotypes and Voting

Where Does Prejudice Come From?

Immigration

Reading: “Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism” by Benedict Anderson

Summary

Key Terms

For Further Reading

Chapter 6: Gender at the Intersections

Sex and Gender

Gender as a Social Construction

Methods in Depth: Learning Gender From Our Parents

Gender and Institutions

Reading: “Commanding the Room in Short Skirts: Cheering as the Embodiment of Ideal Girlhood” by Natalie Adams and Pamela Bettis

Feminism and Feminist Theory

Intersectionality

Sexuality

Reading: “The Invention of Heterosexuality” by Johnathan Ned Katz

Summary

Key Terms

For Further Reading

PART III: THE ROLE OF INSTITUTIONS
Chapter 7: Language, Media, and Culture

Language

Reading: “Racism in the English Language” by Robert B. Moore

Methods in Depth: News Coverage of Refugees

Media and Culture

Corporate Concentration and the Media

Reading: From “The Power Elite” by C. Wright Mills

New Media and Social Media

Media Effects

Summary

Key Terms

For Further Reading

Chapter 8: The Family and Intimate Relationships

What Are Families?

Larger Social Changes That Impact the Family

Reading: “What About Love?” from Getting Married: The Public Nature of Our Private Relationships by Carrie Yodanis and Sean Lauer

Theorizing the Family

Intimate Relationships

Reading: “One’s a Crowd” by Erik Klinenberg

Methods in Depth: Surveying Hookup Culture Among Youths

Summary

Key Terms

For Further Reading

Chapter 9: Education

The Schooled Society

The Functions of Education

Reading: “A Matter of Degrees” by William Beaver

Education and Social Inequality

Reading: “The Not-So-Pink Ivory Tower” by Ann Mullen

Methods in Depth: Testing the Self-Fulfilling Prophecy

Education, Cultural Capital, and Social Capital

Education Around the World

Summary

Key Terms

For Further Reading

Chapter 10: Work and Rationalization

The Rationalized World

Reading: “The ‘McDonaldization’ of Society” by George Ritzer

Commodification

The Division of Labor in Society

Methods in Depth: Worker Productivity and the Hawthorne Effect

Changes in Work in the United States

Reading: “Feeling Management: From Private to Commercial Uses” by Arlie Russell Hochschild

Summary

Key Terms

For Further Reading

Chapter 11: Health

The Sociology of Health

The Social Determinants of Health

Reading: “The Health Gap” by Michael Marmot

Health Inequality

Reading: “Big Business in the School Cafeteria” by Ivy Ken

Health-Care Systems

Methods in Depth: Testing Solutions to Overdose Deaths

Summary

Key Terms

For Further Reading

Chapter 12: Globalization and Global Inequality

What Is Globalization?

Reading: “The Uses of Global Poverty: How Economic Inequality Benefits the West” by Daina Stukuls Eglitis

Understanding Globalization

Methods in Depth: Motivating Action on Climate Change

Global Inequality

Reading: “The Problem with Fair Trade Coffee” by Nicki Lisa Cole and Keith Brown

Summary

Key Terms

For Further Reading

PART IV: SOCIAL CHANGE
Chapter 13: Change Through Policy and the Law

How Does Society Reproduce Itself?

The Rise of the State

The Welfare State

Methods in Depth: Assessing the Effectiveness of Means-Tested Social Programs

Reparation Programs

Reading: “Forty Acres and a Mule: What if America Pays Reparations?” By Dalton Conley

How the State Involves the Public

Reading: “Bowling Alone: America’s Declining Social Capital” by Robert D. Putnam

Summary

Key Terms

For Further Reading

Chapter 14: Social Movements

Social Movements

Reading: Excerpt from Facebook Feminism by Alison Dahl Crossley

Trends in Social Movement Participation

Methods in Depth: How Can Activism Change You?

The Media and Social Movements

Success in Social Movements

Reading: “The Meaning of Success from the Strategy of Social Protest” by William Gamson

Public Sociology and Using Our Sociological Imagination

Summary

Key Terms

For Further Reading

APPENDIX 1: READINGS IN IMAGINING SOCIETY
APPENDIX 2: METHODS IN IMAGINING SOCIETY
GLOSSARY
REFERENCES
INDEX