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Sociology : exploring the architecture of everyday life : readings

Author: David M Newman; Jodi O'Brien
Publisher: Thousand Oaks : SAGE, ©2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 9th edView all editions and formats

The latest of edition of the companion reader to David Newman's popular introductory sociology textbook


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David M Newman; Jodi O'Brien
ISBN: 9781412987608 1412987601
OCLC Number: 807768227
Description: xi, 413 pages ; 26 cm
Contents: Preface About the Editors PART I. THE INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY Chapter 1. Taking a New Look at a Familiar World Reading 1.1. The Sociological Imagination - C. Wright Mills Reading 1.2. Invitation to Sociology - Peter Berger Reading 1.3. The My Lai Massacre: A Military Crime of Obedience - Herbert Kelman and V. Lee Hamilton Chapter 2. Seeing and Thinking Sociologically Reading 2.1. The Metropolis and Mental Life - Georg Simmel Reading 2.2. Gift and Exchange - Zygmunt Bauman Reading 2.3. Culture of Fear - Barry Glassner PART II. THE CONSTRUCTION OF SELF AND SOCIETY Chapter 3. Building Reality: The Social Construction of Knowledge Reading 3.1. Concepts, Indicators, and Reality - Earl Babbie Reading 3.2. Missing Numbers - Joel Best Chapter 4. Building Order: Culture and History Reading 4.1. Body Ritual among the Nacirema - Horace Miner Reading 4.2. The Melting Pot - Anne Fadiman Reading 4.3. McDonald's in Hong Kong: Consumerism, Dietary Change, and the Rise of a Children's Culture - James L. Watson Chapter 5. Building Identity: Socialization Reading 5.1. Life as the Maid's Daughter: An Exploration of the Everyday Boundaries of Race, Class, and Gender - Mary Romero Reading 5.2. The Making of Culture, Identity, and Ethnicity Among Asian American Youth - Min Zhou and Jennifer Lee Reading 5.3. Working 'the Code': On Girls, Gender, and Inner-City Violence - Nikki Jones Chapter 6. Supporting Identity: The Presentation of Self Reading 6.1. The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life: Selections - Erving Goffman Reading 6.2. Public Identities: Managing Race in Public Spaces - Karyn Lacy Reading 6.3. The Girl Hunt: Urban Nightlife and the Performance of Masculinity as a Collective Activity - David Grazian Chapter 7. Building Social Relationships: Intimacy and Family Reading 7.1. The Radical Idea of Marrying for Love - Stephanie Coontz Reading 7.2. Gay Parenthood and the End of Paternity as We Knew It - Judith Stacey Reading 7.3. Covenant Marriage: Reflexivity and Retrenchment in the Politics of Intimacy - Dwight Fee Chapter 8. Constructing Difference: Social Deviance Reading 8.1. Watching the Canary - Lani Guinier and Gerald Torres Reading 8.2. Healing Disorderly Desire: Medical-Therapeutic Regulation of Sexuality - P. J. McGann Reading 8.3. Patients, "Potheads," and Dying to Get High - Wendy Chapkis PART III. SOCIAL STRUCTURE, INSTITUTIONS, AND EVERYDAY LIFE Chapter 9. The Structure of Society: Organizations and Social Institutions Reading 9.1. These Dark Satanic Mills - William Greider Reading 9.2. The Smile Factory: Work at Disneyland - John Van Maanen Reading 9.3. Creating Consumers: Freaks, Geeks, and Cool Kids - Murray Milner Chapter 10. The Architecture of Stratification: Social Class and Inequality Reading 10.1. Making Class Invisible - Gregory Mantsios Reading 10.2. The Compassion Gap in American Poverty Policy - Fred Block, Anna C. Korteweg, and Kerry Woodward, with Zach Schiller and Imrul Mazid Reading 10.3. Branded With Infamy: Inscriptions of Poverty and Class in America - Vivyan Adair Chapter 11. The Architecture of Inequality: Race and Ethnicity Reading 11.1. Racial and Ethnic Formation - Michael Omi and Howard Winant Reading 11.2. Optional Ethnicities: For Whiltes Only? - Mary C. Waters Reading 11.3. Silent Racism: Passivity in Well-Meaning White People - Barbara Trepagnier Chapter 12. The Architecture of Inequality: Sex and Gender Reading 12.1. Black Women and a New Definition of Womanhood - Bart Landry Reading 12.2. Still a Man's World: Men Who Do "Women's Work" - Christine L. Williams Reading 12.3. New Biomedical Technologies, New Scripts, New Gender - Eve Shapiro Chapter 13. Global Dynamics and Population Demographic Trends Reading 13.1. Age-Segregation in Later Life: An Examination of Personal Networks - Peter Uhlenberg and Jenny de Jong Gierveld Reading 13.2. Love and Gold - Arlie Russell Hochschild Reading 13.3. Cyberbrides and Global Imaginaries: Mexican Women's Turn from the National to the Foreign - Felicity Schaeffer-Grabiel Chapter 14. The Architects of Change: Reconstructing Society Reading 14.1. Muslim American Immigrants After 9/11: The Struggle for Civil Rights - Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo Reading 14.2. The Seattle Solidarity Network: A New Approach to Working Class Social Movements - Walter Winslow Reading 14.3. "Aqui estamos y no nos vamos!" Global Capital and Immigrant Rights - William I. Robinson Credits
Responsibility: editors, David M. Newman, Jodi O'Brien.


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