Sociology Project 3.0, The: Introducing the Sociological Imagination, 3rd edition
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The Sociology Project: Introducing the Sociological Imagination draws on the collective wisdom of expert faculty from the NYU Sociology Department to reveal how individuals are shaped by the contexts in which they live. Utilizing the big questions of the discipline as a framework, the authors seek to inspire your sociological imagination and to encourage you to question the world around us.
Version 3.0 explores important recent developments such as the COVID-19 pandemic and the Black Lives Matter, #MeToo and environmental movements. An updated chapter structure, including 3 new chapters, sheds light on the future of the labor market, political polarization and other resonant contemporary issues.
Published by Pearson (January 6th 2022) - Copyright © 2023
Category: Introduction to Sociology
Table of contents
Part I: The Sociological Enterprise
- The Sociological Imagination by Jeff Manza, Lynne Haney and Richard Arum
- Social Theory by Jeff Manza, Thomas Ertman, Lynne Haney and Steven Lukes
- Studying the Social World by Lynne Haney, Jeff Manza and Ned Crowley
Part II: Building Blocks of Societies
- Social Interaction by Harvey Molotch
- Social Structure by Jeff Manza
- Environment and Society by Colin Jerolmack
- Deviance and Social Control by Troy Duster and Jeff Manza
- Power and Politics by Steven Lukes and Jeff Manza
- Markets and Organizations: The Sociology of Economic Life by Richard Arum and Jeff Manza
- Culture, Media and Communication by Eric Klinenberg and Matthew Wolfe
Part III: Inequalities
- Inequality and Poverty by Florencia Torche, Richard Arum and Jeff Manza
- Jobs, Occupations and Professions: The Sociology of Work by Jeff Manza, Richard Arum and Bhumika Chauhan
- Race and Ethnicity by Ann Morning and Jeff Manza with Ned Crowley
- Gender and Sexualities by Paula England
- Cities and Communities by Patrick Sharkey and Jeff Manza
Part IV: Core Institutions
- Families and Family Life by Kathleen Gerson
- Sociology of Religion by Iddo Tavory and Gerald Marwell
- Education by Caroline H. Persell and Jeff Manza
- Health and Medicine by Ruth Horowitz, Jennifer Jennings and Jeff Manza
- Crime and Punishment by Jeff Manza, Troy Duster and Patrick Sharkey
Part V: Social and Political Processes and Social Change
- American Democracy and Political Life by Jeff Manza
- Social Movements and Revolutions by Jeff Goodwin
- Population, Aging and Social Demography by Lawrence L. Wu with Jeff Manza
- Immigration by Guillermina Jasso with Jeff Manza
- Globalization by Vivek Chibber, Jeff Manza and Ned Crowley
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