THINK Social Problems Census Update / Edition 1

THINK Social Problems Census Update / Edition 1

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by John D. Carl
     
 

ISBN-10: 0205167985

ISBN-13: 9780205167982

Pub. Date: 06/28/2011

Publisher: Pearson

THINK Currency. THINK Relevancy. THINK Social Problems.

THINK Social Problems is informed with the latest research and the most contemporary examples, allowing you to bring current events directly into your classroom with little additional work.

An engaging visual design developed with extensive student feedback and 12-15

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Overview

THINK Currency. THINK Relevancy. THINK Social Problems.

THINK Social Problems is informed with the latest research and the most contemporary examples, allowing you to bring current events directly into your classroom with little additional work.

An engaging visual design developed with extensive student feedback and 12-15 page chapters makes THINK Social Problems the textbook your students will actually read. This student-friendly text delivers the core concepts of Social Problems in a way they can easily understand. A groundbreaking instructor supplements package is also included to help you bring the core concepts of Social Problems to life, without burdening your students with learning solutions that are too dense or expensive.

The Census Update program incorporates 2010 Census data into a course–simply and easily. The components of the Census Update Program include an updated census edition with all charts and graphs–to reflect the results of the 2010 Census. In addition, A Short Introduction to the U.S. Census is available and an updated MySearchLab.

Teaching & Learning Experience

  • Improve Critical Thinking – Chapter organization follows a three-step process that presents the topic, considers the social problems, and urges students to uncover solutions.

  • Engage Students – TheThinkSpot provides open-access to chapter-by-chapter quizzes, study cards, flashcards, and a professor-written sociology blog.

  • Explore Theory – Three main sociological paradigms are discussed visually through a theory info-graphic in every chapter.

  • Understand Diversity – Global comparisons are found in every chapter within a designated feature box.

  • Support Instructors - Written activities and assessment in MySearchLab offer instructors supplemental materials to help their students succeed.

Note: MySearchLab does not come automatically packaged with this text. To purchase MySearchLab, please visit: www.mysearchlab.com or you can purchase a ValuePack of the text + MySearchLab (at no additional cost). ValuePack ISBN-10: 020517227X / ValuePack ISBN-13: 978020172276

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780205167982
Publisher:
Pearson
Publication date:
06/28/2011
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
360
Product dimensions:
8.90(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.60(d)

Table of Contents

IN THIS SECTION:

1.) BRIEF

2.) COMPREHENSIVE


BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS:


Chapter 1: The Study of Social Problems

Chapter 2: Inequality: Poverty and Wealth

Chapter 3: Race and Immigration

Chapter 4: Gender

Chapter 5: Aging: Social Problems of Growing Old

Chapter 6: Media and Technology

Chapter 7: Politics and Economy

Chapter 8: Problems in Education

Chapter 9: Physical and Mental Health Care

Chapter 10: Drug and Alcohol Abuse

Chapter 11: Sex and Sexuality

Chapter 12: Sexual Deviance

Chapter 13: Violent and Non-violent Crime

Chapter 14: Criminal Justice

Chapter 15: Marriage and Family

Chapter 16: Urbanization: Social Problems from the Growth of Cities

Chapter 17: Globalization and Inequality

Chapter 18: Population Problems

Chapter 19: Environment

Chapter 20: War and Terrorism


COMPREHENSIVE TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Chapter 1: The Study of Social Problems

What is a social problem?

How do sociologists use paradigms to frame their thinking?

How do sociologists use research and social policy to address social problems?

Chapter 2: Inequality: Poverty and Wealth

What is inequality and how does it affect people?

How do sociologists view inequality?

What social policies address economic inequality?

Chapter 3: Race and Immigration

Is racial and ethnic inequality a social problem?

Why does racial and ethnic inequality still exist in the United States?

How can society address racial and ethnic inequality?

Chapter 4: Gender

How does a society deal with gender?

What are the theories of gender related to social problems?

What social policies are in place to prevent domestic violence?

Chapter 5: Aging: Social Problems of Growing Old

Who are the aging population and what does ageism mean in our culture?

What theories exist about the aging process?

How does society deal with specific problems of aging?

Chapter 6: Media and Technology

How do expanding technologies influence society?

How do media and technology create or alleviate social problems?

What is the role of the government in media?

Chapter 7: Politics and Economy

How do we govern to get what we need?

How are government and economy related?

How does the economic system influence the political?

Chapter 8: Problems in Education

What are the social problems in education?

What thinking drives education in society?

What can we do to encourage educational equality?

Chapter 9: Physical and Mental Health Care

How do health and aging affect stratification?

How do sociologists view problems related to mental and physical health?

How do societies deal with health?

Chapter 10: Drug and Alcohol Abuse

What social problems are related to substance abuse?

Why do people abuse drugs and alcohol?

What can we do about drug and alcohol abuse?

Chapter 11: Sex and Sexuality

How do Americans view issues of sex and sexuality?

How do the different sociological paradigms view sexuality?

How does society deal with sexual differences?

Chapter 12: Sexual Deviance

What kinds of social problems are caused by deviance?

How do sociologists see deviance?

Should consensual acts be illegal?

Chapter 13: Violent and Non-violent Crime

What are the social problems associated with crime?

What motivates criminal behavior?

How can you prevent crime?

Chapter 14: Criminal Justice

How do societies respond to crime?

How do we justify punishment?

Can society punish too much?

Chapter 15: Marriage and Family

What social problems relate to marriage and family?

How do we view marriage?

What are some problems in the family?

Chapter 16: Urbanization: Social Problems from the Growth of Cities

What problems arise from living in cities?

How do we think about urban living?

How does planning provide solutions to urbanization?

Chapter 17: Globalization and Inequality

What is globalization and how does it affect the world?

What theories exist about globalization?

How does society deal with globalization?

Chapter 18: Population Problems

Is the world’s growing population a problem?

What are some theories of population control?

What are some successful population control policies?

Chapter 19: Environment

Is the environment in danger?

How do sociologists think about environmental problems?

What can we do about environmental problems?

Chapter 20: War and Terrorism

How do countries deal with conflicts?

What are some theories of conflicts?

How do we control conflicts?

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