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Revel™ Social Problems examines social structure and the underlying features of the social world in order to provide students a coherent framework for understanding social problems. Employing a consistently sociological approach, authors D. Stanley Eitzen, Maxine Baca Zinn, and Kelly Eitzen Smith show readers how social problems are interrelated and highlight society’s role in their creation and perpetuation. The Fourteenth Edition has been updated with coverage of major events of the last several years in order to help students achieve a balanced understanding of contemporary social problems.
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Table of contents
1. The Sociological Approach to Social Problems
2. Wealth and Power: The Bias of the System
PART II: PROBLEMS OF PEOPLE, LOCATION, AND THE ENVIRONMENT
3. World Population and Global Inequality
4. Demographic Changes in the United States: The Browning and Graying of Society
5. Problems of Place: Urban, Suburban, and Rural
6. Threats to the Environment
PART III: PROBLEMS OF INEQUALITY
8. Racial and Ethnic Inequality
9. Gender Inequality
10. Disability and Ableism
PART IV: SOCIAL STRUCTURE AND INDIVIDUAL DEVIANCE
11. Crime and Justice
PART V: INSTITUTIONAL PROBLEMS
13. The Economy and Work
16. The Health Care System
17. National Security in the Twenty-First Century
PART VI: SOLUTIONS
18. Progressive Plan to Solve Social Problems
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