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Author: David M Newman; Jodi O'Brien
Publisher: Los Angeles : Pine Forge Press, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 7th edView all editions and formats
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Accompanying reader to the 7th edition of David Newman's bestselling introductory textbook.

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David M Newman; Jodi O'Brien
ISBN: 9781412961509 1412961505
OCLC Number: 180190860
Description: xiv, 389 pages ; 26 cm
Contents: pt. I. The individual and society --
Taking a new look at a familiar world. The sociological imagination / C. Wright Mills ; The mundanity of excellence : an ethnographic report on stratification and Olympic swimmers / Daniel F. Chambliss --
Seeing and thinking sociologically. Culture of fear / Barry Glassner ; Researching dealers and smugglers / Patricia A. Adler --
pt. II. The construction of self and society --
Building reality : the social construction of knowledge. Concepts, indicators, and reality / Earl Babbie ; Sense and nonsense about surveys / Howard Schuman --
Building order : culture and history. Body ritual among the Nacirema / Horace Miner ; The melting pot / Anne Fadiman ; English-only triumphs, but the costs are high / Alejandro Portes --
Building identity : socialization. Life as the maid's daughter : an exploration of the everyday boundaries of race, class, and gender / Mary Romero ; Boyhood, organized sports, and the construction of masculinities / Michael A. Messner ; The code of the streets / Elijah Anderson --
Supporting identity : the presentation of self. Becoming a certain body / Sharlene Hesse-Biber ; The presentation of self in everyday life : selections / Erving Goffman ; Wheelchair users' interpersonal management of emotions / Spencer E. Cahill and Robin Eggleston --
Building social relationships : intimacy and family. No place like home / Christopher Carrington ; The radical idea of marrying for love / Stephanie Coontz ; Coping with commitment : dilemmas and conflicts of family life / Kathleen Gerson --
Constructing difference : social deviance. Watching the canary / Lani Guinier, Gerald Torres ; Blowing smoke : status politics and the smoking ban / Justin L. Tuggle and Malcolm D. Holmes ; Medicine as an institution of social control / Peter Conrad and Joseph W. Schneider. pt. III. Social structure, institutions and everyday life --
The structure of society : organizations, social institutions, and globalization. The smile factory : work at Disneyland / John Van Maanen ; Preparing for power : cultural capital and curricula in America's elite boarding schools / Peter W. Cookson Jr. and Caroline Hodges Persell ; The My Lai Massacre : a military crime of obedience / Herber Kelman and V. Lee Hamilton --
The architecture of stratification : social class and inequality. Making class invisible / Gregory Mantsios ; Branded with infamy : inscriptions of poverty and class in America / Vivyan Adair ; Sick out of luck : the uninsured in America / Susan Starr Sered and Rushika Fernandopulle --
The architecture of inequality : race and ethnicity. Racial and ethnic formation / Michael Omi and Howard Winant ; Optional ethnicities : for whites only? / Mary C. Waters ; Fences and neighbors : segregation in twenty-first century America / John E. Farley and Gregory D. Squires --
The architecture of inequality : sex and gender. Black women and a new definition of womanhood / Bart Landry ; Still a man's world : men who do "women's work" / Christine L. Williams ; Cheerleading and the gendered politics of sport / Laura Grindstaff and Emily West --
Demographic dynamics : population trends. To die a little : migration and coffee in Mexico and Central America / Luis Hernández Navarro ; Love and gold / Arlie Russell Hochschild ; These dark satanic mills / William Greider --
Architects of change : reconstructing society. Apocalypse 9/11 / John R. Hall ; The challenge of rap music : from cultural movement to political power / Bikari Kitwana ; Challenging power : toxic waste protests and the politicization of white, working-class women / Celene Krauss.
Responsibility: [edited by] David M. Newman, Jodi O'Brien.
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