Talking Sociology

ISBN-10: 0205342701
ISBN-13: 9780205342709
Edition: 5th 2003 (Revised)
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Book details

List price: $96.00
Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Publication date: 7/16/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 243
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

Velcheru Narayana Rao is Visiting Distinguished Professor of South Asian Studies at Emory University.David Shulman is Renee Lang Professor of Humanistic Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Each chapter concludes with “Questions,”
“For Further Study,” and “Notes and References.”
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Murder and Martyrdom
The Social Order
The Libertarian Point of View
The Conservative Point of View
The Social Democratic Point of View
The Structure of the Text
Culture: Is Violent Entertainment Harmful?
The Conservative Point of View
The Libertarian Point of View
The Social Democratic Perspective
Violent Entertainment and Social Research
Culture and Violent Entertainment
Socialization: Should Parents Be Allowed to Hit Their Children However They Wish?
The Social Democratic Point of View
The Conservative Point of View
The Libertarian Point of View
Spanking and Social Research
Spanking and the Socialization Process
Deviance and Social Control: Should Drug Use Be Legalized?
The Conservative Point of View
The Libertarian Point of View
The Social Democratic Point of View
The Conservative Point of View
Marijuana and Social Research
Social Control, Deviance, and Drug Use
Human Sexuality: Is Adultery Wrong?
The Conservative Point of View
The Social Democratic Point of View
The Libertarian Point of View
Sexuality and Social Research
Human Sexuality, Adultery, and Society
Economy and Stratification: Is Global Free Trade Harmful?
The Libertarian Point of View
The Social Democratic Point of View
The Conservative Point of View
Global Free Trade and Social Research
Global Free Trade and the Economy
Gender Roles and Sexual Stratification: Is Marriage Detrimental to Women?
The Social Democratic Perspective
The Conservative Point of View
The Libertarian Point of View
Marriage and Social Research
Gender Roles and Marriage
Race and Ethnicity: Should Minorities Be Given Preferential Treatment in Admission to Higher Education and Hiring?
The Social Democratic Perspective
The Libertarian Point of View
The Conservative Point of View
Race, Public Policy and Social Research
Race and Affirmative Action
Family: Who Should Be Allowed to Adopt?
The Libertarian Point of View
The Conservative Point of View
The Social Democratic Point of View
Adoption and Social Research
Adoption and the Family
Nation and State: Should the U.S
Have Open Borders?
The Conservative Point of View
The Libertarian Point of View
The Social Democratic Perspective
Immigration and Social Research
Nation and Immigration
Work and Organizations: Should Employers Investigate Their Employees' Private Lives?
The Libertarian Point of View
The Social Democratic Perspective
The Conservative Point of View
Social Control and Social Research
Work and Organizational Control
Health: Are Americans Too Fat?
The Libertarian Point of View
The Conservative Point of View
The Social Democratic Point of View
Obesity and Social Research
Government Action, Public Health and Obesity
Social Movements/Collective Behavior: Can Civil Disobedience Be Justified?
The Libertarian Point of View
The Social Democratic Point of View
The Conservative Point of View
Moral Development and Social Research
Social Movements and Civil Disobedience

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