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Introduction to Sociology 5th/e Ritzer 2019 Test Bank

Test Bank for Introduction to Sociology Fifth Edition 5/e by George Ritzer , Wendy Wiedenhoft Murphy ( SAGE Publisher ) Test Bank 

 

Introduction to Sociology Fifth Edition 5e by George Ritzer , Wendy Wiedenhoft Murphy ( SAGE Publisher ) Test Bank
Introduction to Sociology Fifth Edition 5e by George Ritzer , Wendy Wiedenhoft Murphy ( SAGE Publisher ) Test Bank

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  • Publisher: SAGE Publications, Inc; Fifth edition (August 20, 2019)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1544355173
  • ISBN-13: 978-1544355177

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  • Join the conversation with one of sociology’s best-known thinkers.  In the fully updated Fifth Edition of Introduction to Sociology, bestselling author George Ritzer shows students the relevance of sociology to their lives. While providing a rock-solid foundation, the text illuminates traditional sociological concepts and theories, as well as some of the most compelling contemporary social phenomena: globalization, consumer culture, the Internet, and the “McDonaldization” of society. Packed with current examples and the latest research of how “public” sociologists are engaging with the critical issues of today, this new edition encourages students to apply a sociological perspective to their worldview—empowering them to participate in a global conversation about current social problems.    
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Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1. AN INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY IN THE GLOBAL AGE
A Sociology of Revolutions and Counterrevolutions

The Changing Nature of the Social World—and Sociology

Central Concerns for a Twenty-First-Century Sociology

Sociology: Continuity and Change

Sociology’s Purpose: Science or Social Reform?

Sociology, the Other Social Sciences, and Common Sense

Summary

Key Terms

Review Questions

CHAPTER 2. THINKING SOCIOLOGICALLY
How Do Theories Help Us Understand Politics and Other Social Institutions?

The Giants of Classical Sociological Theory

Other Important Early Theorists

Contemporary Sociological Theory

Summary

Key Terms

Review Questions

CHAPTER 3. RESEARCHING THE SOCIAL WORLD
Sociology as a Science

The Scientific Method

The Development of Scientific Knowledge

Sociological Research

Secondary Data Analysis

Issues in Social Research

Summary

Key Terms

Review Questions

CHAPTER 4. CULTURE
A Reflection of U.S. Culture

A Definition of Culture

The Basic Elements of Culture

Cultural Differences

Major Types of Culture

Summary

Key Terms

Review Questions

CHAPTER 5. SOCIALIZATION AND INTERACTION
Socialization and Variance

The Individual and the Self

The Individual as Performer

Socialization

Interaction

Micro-Level Social Structures

Summary

Key Terms

Review Questions

CHAPTER 6. ORGANIZATIONS, SOCIETIES, AND GLOBAL RELATIONSHIPS
Questioning Governmental Authority

Organizations

Contemporary Organizational Realities

Societies

Global Relationships

Summary

Key Terms

Review Questions

CHAPTER 7. DEVIANCE AND CRIME
Norms, Labels, and Judgment

Deviance

Theories of Deviance

Crime

Globalization and Crime

Summary

Key Terms

Review Questions

CHAPTER 8. SOCIAL STRATIFICATION IN THE UNITED STATES
Student “Haves” and “Have-Nots” in Higher Education

Dimensions of Social Stratification

Economic Inequality

Social Mobility

Theories of Social Stratification

Consumption and Social Stratification

Summary

Key Terms

Review Questions

CHAPTER 9. GLOBAL STRATIFICATION
Something Is Right in Denmark

Positions in Global Stratification

Other Global Inequalities

Changing Positions in Global Stratification

Theories of Global Stratification

Consumption and Global Stratification

Summary

Key Terms

Review Questions

CHAPTER 10. RACE AND ETHNICITY
Minorities Acquire Political Power

The Concepts of Race and Ethnicity

Majority–Minority Relations

Racism

Race and Ethnicity in a Global Context

Summary

Key Terms

Review Questions

CHAPTER 11. GENDER AND SEXUALITY
Challenging Gender Stereotypes

Gender and Sex

The Sociology of Sexuality

Sexuality, Gender, and Globalization

Global Flows Related to Gender

Summary

Key Terms

Review Questions

CHAPTER 12. FAMILIES
Fictional Families Get Real

Family, Marriage, and Intimate Relationships

Broad Changes in Marriage and the Family

Theorizing the Family

Problems in the Family

Global Families

Summary

Key Terms

Review Questions

CHAPTER 13. EDUCATION
Going to the “Right” Parties on Campus

Thinking about Education

Education and Consumption

Inequality in Education

Globalization and Education

Summary

Key Terms

Review Questions

CHAPTER 14. RELIGION
Commercialism Encroaches on a Holy City

Early Sociologists and Religion

What Is Religion?

Components of Religion

Types of Religious Institutions

Theorizing Religion

Religion and Globalization

Summary

Key Terms

Review Questions

CHAPTER 15. POLITICS AND THE ECONOMY
The Interrelationship of Government and the Economy

Politics: Democracy or Dictatorship

Who Rules the United States?

Global Politics

The Economy: Major Forms and Changes

Work, Consumption, and Leisure

Globalization and the Economy

Summary

Key Terms

Review Questions

CHAPTER 16. THE BODY, MEDICINE, HEALTH, AND HEALTH CARE
The Opioid Crisis

The Body

The Sociology of Health and Medicine

Globalization and Health

Summary

Key Terms

Review Questions

CHAPTER 17. POPULATION, URBANIZATION, AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Too Few, Too Old

Population

Urbanization

Cities and Globalization

The Environment

Summary

Key Terms

Review Questions

CHAPTER 18. SOCIAL CHANGE, SOCIAL MOVEMENTS, AND COLLECTIVE ACTION
Workers’ Rights, Consumer Activism, and Social Change

Social Movements

Emergence, Mobilization, and Impact of Social Movements

Collective Action

Social Change: Globalization, Consumption, and the Internet

Summary

Key Terms

Review Questions
Key features
NEW TO THIS EDITION: 

  • Updated examples in the text and “Digital Living” boxes keep pace with changes in digital technology and online practices, including genealogy websites, Uber, Bitcoin, Tinder, the #MeToo movement, digital privacy, WikiLeaks, and cyberbullying.
  • New topics in the “Trending” boxes demonstrate the diversity of sociology’s practitioners, methods, and subject matter. Featured authors include:
    • Robert Wuthnow (The Left Behind: Decline and Rage in Rural America)
    • Adam Reich and Peter Bearman (Working for Respect: Community and Conflict at Walmart)
    • Bruce Western (Homeward: Life in the Year after Prison)
    • Arlene Stein (Unbound: Transgender Men and Remaking of Identity)
    • Tressie McMillan Cottom (Lower Ed: The Troubling Rise of For-Profit Colleges in the New Economy)
    • Zevnep Tufekci (Twitter and Tear Gas: The Power and Fragility of Networked Protest)
    • Arlie Hochschild (Strangers in Their Own Land)
    • Lori Peek and Alice Fothergill (Children of Katrina)
  • New or updated subjects apply sociological thinking to the latest issues including:
    • the 2016 U.S. election
    • Brexit
    • the global growth of ISIS
    • climate change
    • further segmentation of wealthy Americans as the “super rich”
    • transgender people in the U.S. armed forces
    • charter schools
    • the legalization of marijuana
    • the Flint water crisis
    • fourth-wave feminism
  • New SAGE Sociology News Clips connect core sociological concepts to brief, 2-4 minute news clips of current events, such as  
    • New Federal Health Guidelines for Americans
    • Encouraging Women in Tech
    • Child Sex Trafficking
    • Child Hunger in War-Ravaged Yemen
    • Beer and Faith
    • Retail Workers See Shift Amid Changing Landscape
    • Opioid Crisis Strains Families and the Foster System
    • State Elections See Infusion of Women Candidates
    • U.S. March for Our Lives

KEY FEATURES:  

  • The text focuses on several themes that help define social life today:
    • Globalization—the flow of people, goods, institutions, and ideas across national borders.
    • Consumer Culture—the meaning attached to getting and using material goods.
    • Digital Living—social life mediated by digital technologies.
  • A conceptual foundation for understanding sociology is provided in the first chapter so students can build upon that foundation when they are introduced to different sociological theories.   
  • Strong coverage of sociological theory is presented in an enhanced three-category system that is similar to the approach of most introductory sociology texts, but richer—encompassing classical theories as well as the most important offshoots of those theories developed in recent years.  
  • Contemporary public sociologists, whose works and ideas have entered the national conversation, appear in “Trending” boxes to encourage students to join a public conversation by providing key insights about current sociological issues.
  • Global maps illustrate the global “flows” of people, goods, and ideas in the contemporary world.  
  • SAGE coursepacks enables instructors to import high-quality content, such as exceptional teaching resources from A.S.A.’s TRAILS (Teaching Resources and Innovation Library for Sociology), into their school’s learning management system (LMS) with no access codes.
  • SAGE edge provides students helpful tools, including an MCAT Guide for students that maps chapter content to sociology standards on the MCAT test and connects students with free online MCAT study-and-review websites.
  • Animated videos within the Interactive eBook bring core sociological concepts to life by illustrating key content in each chapter, such as the nuclear family, discrimination, stereotypes, and more!

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