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Intro to Sociology Full

  1. What is this and how do I use it?
  2. Table of Contents part 2
    1. Learning Objectives
    2. 9. Social Stratification in the United States
      1. 9.1 What Is Social Stratification?
        1. 1. What Is Social Stratification?
        2. 3. Status Consistency
        3. 2. Systems of Stratification
          1. 2. The Class System
          2. 1. The Caste System
          3. 3. Meritocracy
        4. Making Connections: The Commoner Who Could Be Queen
        5. Summary
      2. 9.3. Global Stratification and Inequality
        1. Making Connections: The Big Picture: Calculating Global Stratification
        2. 1. Global Stratification and Inequality
        3. Summary
        4. 2. Models of Global Stratification
      3. 9.2. Social Stratification and Mobility in the United States
        1. 4. Class Traits
        2. 2. Social Classes in the United States
          1. 3. The Lower Class
          2. 1. Upper Class
          3. 2. The Middle Class
        3. 1. Standard of Living
        4. 3. Social Mobility
        5. Summary
        6. Making Connections:Turn-of-the-Century “Social Problem Novels”: Sociological Gold Mines
      4. 9.4. Theoretical Perspectives on Social Stratification
        1. 2. Conflict Theory
        2. Summary
        3. 3.Symbolic Interactionism
        4. 1. Functionalism
      5. Introduction to Social Stratification in the United States
    3. Learning Objectives
    4. 7. Deviance, Crime, and Social Control
      1. 7.2 Theoretical Perspectives on Deviance
        1. 1. Functionalism
          1. 1. Émile Durkheim: The Essential Nature of Deviance
          2. 3. Social Disorganization Theory
          3. 2. Robert Merton: Strain Theory
          4. 4. Clifford Shaw and Henry McKay: Cultural Deviance Theory
        2. 3. Symbolic Interactionism
          1. 3.Travis Hirschi: Control Theory
          2. 1. Labeling Theory
          3. Making Connections: The Right to Vote
          4. 2. Edwin Sutherland: Differential Association
          5. Summary
        3. 2. Conflict Theory
          1. 2. C. Wright Mills: The Power Elite
          2. 1. Karl Marx: An Unequal System
          3. 3. Crime and Social Class
      2. Introduction to Deviance, Crime, and Social Control
      3. 7.3 Crime and the Law
        1. 4. The United States Criminal Justice System
          1. 1. Police
          2. 3. Corrections
          3. 2. Courts
        2. 2. Types of Crimes
        3. 1. Crime and the Law
        4. 3. Crime Statistics
        5. Summary
        6. Making Connections: Hate Crimes
      4. 7.1 Deviance and Control
        1. 1. Deviance and Control
        2. 2. Social Control
        3. Making Connections:Why I Drive a Hearse
        4. Table 7.1 Informal/Formal Sanctions
        5. Summary
    5. 10. Global Inequality
      1. 10.3 Theoretical Perspectives on Global Stratification
        1. 1. Modernization Theory
        2. Making connections: Factory Girls
        3. 2. Dependency Theory
        4. Summary
      2. 10.1 Global Stratification and Classification
        1. 3. Global Classification
          1. 1. Cold War Terminology
          2. 3. World Bank Economic Classification by Income
            1. 3. Low-Income Nations
            2. 1. High-Income Nations
            3. Making Connections: Capital Flight, Outsourcing, and Jobs in America
            4. 2. Middle-Income Nations
          3. 2. Immanuel Wallerstein: World Systems Approach
        2. 1. Global Stratification and Classification
        3. Summary
        4. 2. Global Stratification
      3. Introduction to Global Inequality
      4. 10.2 Global Wealth and Poverty
        1. 2. Who Are the Impoverished?
          1. 1. Africa
          2. 3. Latin America
          3. 2. Asia
          4. Making Connections: Sweatshops and Student Protests: Who’s Making Your Team Spirit?
        2. 4. Slavery
        3. 3. Consequences of Poverty
        4. 1. Types of Poverty
        5. Summary
        6. Making Connections:The Underground Economy Around the World
    6. 8. Media and Technology
      1. 8.2 Media and Technology in Society
        1. 1. Media and Technology in Society
        2. 3. Types of Media and Technology
          1. 3. Film
          2. 1. Print Newspaper
          3. 4. New Media
          4. 2. Television and Radio
          5. Making Connections: Violence in Media and Video Games: Does It Matter?
        3. 2. Categorizing Technology
        4. 4. Product Advertising
        5. Summary
        6. 5. Homogenization and Fragmentation
      2. 8.4 Theoretical Perspectives on Media and Technology
        1. 3. Symbolic Interactionism
          1. 1. Social Construction of Reality
          2. 2. Social Networking and Social Construction
        2. 1. Functionalism
          1. 3. Social Norm Functions
          2. 1. Commercial Function
          3. 4. Life-Changing Functions
          4. 2. Entertainment Function
        3. Summary
        4. 2. Conflict Perspective
          1. 2. Technological Social Control and Digital Surveillance
          2. 3. Feminist Perspective
          3. 1. Control of Media and Technology
      3. 8.3 Global Implications
        1. Making Connections:
          1. Making connections: The Mighty Cell Phone: How Mobile Phones Are Impacting Sub-Saharan Africa
          2. Making Connections: China and the Internet: An Uncomfortable Friendship
        2. 2. Media Globalization
        3. 1. Global Implications
        4. 3. Technological Globalization
        5. Summary
      4. 8.1 Technology Today
        1. 2. Technological Inequality
        2. Summary
        3. Making Connections: Planned Obsolescence: Technology That’s Built to Crash
        4. 1. What Is Technology?
      5. Introduction to Media and Technology
  3. Table of Contents part 1
    1. 4 Society and Social Interaction
      1. Introduction to Society and Social Interaction
      2. 4.2 Theoretical Perspectives on Society
        1. 3. Max Weber and Symbolic Interactionism
        2. 1. Émile Durkheim and Functionalism
        3. Making Connections: The Protestant Work Ethic
        4. 2. Karl Marx and Conflict Theory
        5. Summary
      3. Summary
      4. 4.1 Types of Societies
        1. 4 Postindustrial Society
        2. 2. Preindustrial Societies
          1. 3. Horticultural
          2. 1. Hunter-Gatherer
          3. 4. Agricultural
          4. 2. Pastoral
          5. Making Connections: The Bedouin
          6. 5. Feudal
        3. 1. Types of Societies
        4. 3. Industrial Society
        5. Summary
      5. 4.3 Social Constructions of Reality
        1. 2. Roles and Status
        2. Summary
        3. 3. Presentation of Self
        4. 1. Social Constructions of Reality
    2. 2 Sociological Research
      1. 2.2 Research Methods
        1. 1. Research Methods
        2. 3. Field Research
          1. 3. Case Study
          2. 1. Participant Observation
          3. Making Connections:Parrotheads as Sociological Subjects
          4. 2. Ethnography
          5. Summary
          6. Making Connections:The Making of Middletown: A Study in Modern American Culture
        3. 2. Surveys
        4. 4. Experiments
        5. Making Connections: An Experiment in Action
        6. 5. Secondary Data Analysis
      2. 2. Introduction to Sociological Research
      3. 2.3 Ethical Concerns
      4. Summary
      5. 2.1 Approaches to Sociological Research
        1. The scientific method is an essential tool in research.
          1. 1. Ask a Question
          2. 3. Formulate a Hypothesis
          3. 2. Research Existing Sources
        2. Summary
        3. 2. Interpretive Framework
        4. 1. The Scientific Method
    3. 1 An Introduction to Sociology
      1. 1.3 Theoretical Perspectives
        1. 1. Theoretical Perspectives
        2. 3. Conflict Theory
        3. 2. Functionalism
        4. 4. Symbolic InteractionistTheory
        5. Summary
        6. Making Connections: A Global Culture?
        7. Making Connections: Farming and Locavores: How Sociological Perspectives Might View Food Consumption
      2. 1.1 What Is Sociology?
        1. 3. Studying Patterns: How Sociologists View Society
        2. 1. What Are Society and Culture?
        3. 4. Studying Part and Whole: How Sociologists View Social Structures
        4. 2. The Sociological Imagination
        5. Summary
        6. Making Connections: Individual-Society Connections
      3. Introduction to Sociology
      4. 1.2 The History of Sociology
        1. 2. The Father of Sociology
        2. 4. Creating a Discipline
        3. 3. Karl Marx
        4. 1. The History of Sociology
        5. Summary
        6. Making Connections:How Do Working Moms Impact Society?
      5. 1.4 Why Study Sociology?
        1. 1. Why Study Sociology?
        2. Making Connections:Please “Friend” Me: Students and Social Networking
        3. 2. Sociology in the Workplace
        4. Summary
    4. 3 Culture
      1. 3.1 What Is Culture?
        1. 1. What Is Culture?
        2. 3. Ethnocentrism and Cultural Relativism
        3. 2. Cultural Universals
        4. Making Connections: Overcoming Culture Shock
        5. Summary
        6. Making Connections:Is Music a Cultural Universal?
      2. 3.3 Pop Culture, Subculture, and Cultural Change
        1. 3. Making Connections: The Evolution of American Hipster Subculture
        2. 1. High Culture and Popular Culture
        3. 4. Cultural Change
          1. 2. Diffusion and Globalization
          2. 1. Innovation: Discovery and Invention
        4. 2. Subculture and Counterculture
        5. Summary
      3. 3.2 Elements of Culture
        1. Making Connections:Breaching Experiments
        2. 2. Norms
        3. 1. Values and Beliefs
        4. 3. Symbols and Language
        5. Summary
        6. Making Connections:Is the United States Bilingual?
      4. Introduction to Culture
      5. 3.4 Theoretical Perspectives on Culture
        1. Theoretical Perspectives on Culture
        2. Summary
    5. 6 Groups and Organizations
      1. Introduction to Groups and Organizations
      2. 6.2 Group Size and Structure
        1. 3. Conformity
        2. 1. Dyads, Triads, and Large Groups
        3. Making Connections: Conforming to Expectations
        4. 2. Group Leadership
        5. Making Connections:Women Leaders and the Hillary Clinton/Sarah Palin Phenomenon
      3. 6.1 Types of Groups
        1. 4. Reference Groups
        2. 2. Types of Groups
        3. 1. Defining a Group
        4. 3. In-Groups and Out-Groups
        5. Summary
        6. Making Connections:
          1. Making Connections: Bullying and Cyberbullying: How Technology Has Changed the Game
          2. Making Connections: College: A World of In-Groups, Out-Groups, and Reference Groups
      4. 6.3 Formal Organizations
        1. 2. The McDonaldization of Society
        2. Making Connections: Secrets of the McJob
        3. 1. Types of Formal Organizations
          1. Table 6.1 Table of Formal Organizations
          2. 1. Bureaucracies
        4. Summary
    6. 5 Socialization
      1. Introduction to Socialization
      2. 5.2 Why Socialization Matters
        1. Making Connections: The Life of Chris Langan, the Smartest Man You’ve Never Heard Of
        2. 1. Why Socialization Matters
        3. Summary
        4. 2. Nature versus Nurture
      3. 5.1 Theories of Self Development
        1. 4. Gilligan’s Theory of Moral Development and Gender
        2. 2. Sociological Theories of Self Development
        3. 1. Psychological Perspectives on Self-Development
        4. 3. Kohlberg’s Theory of Moral Development
        5. Making Connections: Sociology or Psychology: What’s the Difference?
        6. Making Connections: What a Pretty Little Lady!
      4. 5.3 Agents of Socialization
        1. 2. Institutional Agents
          1. 1. School
          2. 3. Religion
          3. 2. The Workplace
          4. 4. Government
          5. Making Connections: Controversial Textbooks
          6. 5. Mass Media
        2. Making Connections: Girls and Movies
        3. 1. Social Group Agents
          1. 2. Peer Groups
          2. 1. Family
      5. 5.4 Socialization Across the Life Course
        1. 1. Socialization Across the Life Course
        2. Making Connections:The Long Road to Adulthood for Millennials
        3. 2. Resocialization
        4. Making Connections:Gap Year: How Different Societies Socialize Young Adults
        5. Summary
  4. Table of Contents part 3
    1. 13 Aging and the Elderly
      1. Introduction to Aging and the Elderly
      2. 13.2 The Process of Aging
        1. 3. Social and Psychological Changes
        2. 1. The Process of Aging
        3. 4. Aging and Sexuality
        4. 2. Biological Changes
        5. 6. Death and Dying
        6. Making Connections: Dr. Ignatz Nascher and the Birth of Geriatrics
        7. Making Connections: Aging “Out:” LGBT Seniors
      3. 13.1 Who Are the Elderly? Aging in Society
        1. 4. The Graying of the United States
        2. 2. Studying Aging Populations
        3. 1. Who Are the Elderly? Aging in Society
        4. 3. Phases of Aging: The Young-Old, Middle-Old, and Old-Old
        5. 6. Aging around the World
        6. 5. Baby Boomers
      4. 13.3 Challenges Facing the Elderly
        1. 2. Ageism
        2. Making Connections World War II Veterans
        3. 3. Mistreatment and Abuse
        4. 1. Poverty
      5. 13.4 Theoretical Perspectives on Aging
        1. 1. Functionalism
        2. 3. Symbolic Interactionism
        3. 2. Conflict Perspective
        4. Making Connections: The Graying of American Prisons
    2. Learning Objectives
    3. 11 Race and Ethnicity
      1. 11.2 Stereotypes, Prejudice, and Discrimination
        1. 1. Stereotypes
        2. 3. Discrimination
        3. 2. Prejudice and Racism
        4. Making Connections: The Confederate Flag vs. the First Amendment
      2. Introduction to Race and Ethnicity
      3. 11.3 Theories of Race and Ethnicity
        1. 4. Culture of Prejudice
        2. 2. Conflict Theory
        3. 1. Functionalism
        4. 3. Interactionism
      4. 11.1. Racial, Ethnic, and Minority Groups
        1. 2. What Is Ethnicity?
        2. 4. Multiple Identities
        3. 3. What Are Minority Groups?
        4. 1. What Is Race?
      5. 11.5 Race and Ethnicity in the United States
        1. 2. African Americans
          1. 1. How and Why They Came
          2. 3. Current Status
          3. 2. History of Intergroup Relations
        2. 4. Hispanic Americans
          1. 3. Current Status
          2. 1. How and Why They Came
          3. Making Connections: Arizona’s Senate Bill 1070
          4. 2. History of Intergroup Relations
        3. 3. Asian Americans
          1. 2. History of Intergroup Relations
          2. 1. How and Why They Came
          3. 3. Current Status
        4. 5. Arab Americans
          1. 2. History of Intergroup Relations
          2. 3. Current Status
          3. 1. Why They Came
        5. 1. Native Americans
          1. 2. History of Intergroup Relations
          2. Making Connections: Sports Teams with Native American Names
          3. 3. Current Status
          4. 1. How and Why They Came
        6. 6. White Ethnic Americans
          1. 2. History of Intergroup Relations
          2. 3. Current Status
          3. 1. Why They Came
      6. 11.4 Intergroup Relationships
        1. 2. Expulsion
        2. 4. Pluralism
        3. 3. Segregation
        4. 5. Assimilation
        5. 6. Amalgamation
        6. 1. Genocide
    4. 14 Marriage and Family
      1. 14.3 Challenges Families Face
        1. 1. Divorce and Remarriage
        2. 3. Violence and Abuse
          1. 1. Domestic Violence
          2. 2. Child Abuse
        3. 2. Children of Divorce and Remarriage
        4. Making connections: Corporal Punishment
      2. 14.1 What Is Marriage? What Is a Family?
        1. 3. Marriage Patterns
        2. Making Connections: The Evolution of Television Families
        3. 1. What Is Marriage? What Is a Family?
        4. 4. One Partner or Many?
        5. 2. Challenges Families Face
        6. 6. Stages of Family Life
        7. 5. Residency and Lines of Descent
      3. Introduction to Marriage and Family
      4. 14.2 Variations in Family Life
        1. 2. Cohabitation
        2. 4. Staying Single
        3. 3. Same-Sex Couples
        4. 1. Single Parents
        5. Making Connections: Deceptive Divorce Rates
        6. 5. Theoretical Perspectives on Marriage and Family
          1. 1. Functionalism
          2. 3. Symbolic Interactionism
          3. 2. Conflict Theory
    5. 12 Gender, Sex, and Sexuality
      1. 12.1 The Difference Between Sex and Gender
        1. 1. The Difference Between Sex and Gender
        2. 3. Gender Roles
        3. 2. Sexual Orientation
        4. 4. Gender Identity
        5. Making Connections: Real-Life Freaky Friday
        6. Making Connections: The Legalese of Sex and Gender
      2. 12.3 Sex and Sexuality
        1. 3. Sexuality in the United States
        2. 1. Sexual Attitudes and Practices
        3. 4. Sex Education
        4. 2. Sexuality around the World
        5. 5. Sociological Perspectives on Sex and Sexuality
          1. 1. Structural Functionalism
          2. 3. Symbolic Interactionism
          3. 2. Conflict Theory
          4. 4. Queer Theory
      3. 12.2 Gender
        1. Making Connections: Being Male, Being Female, and Being Healthy
        2. 2. Social Stratification and Inequality
        3. 1. Gender and Socialization
        4. 2. Theoretical Perspectives on Gender
          1. 2. Conflict Theory
          2. 4. Symbolic Interactionism
          3. 3. Feminist Theory
          4. 1. Structural Functionalism
      4. Introduction to Gender, Sex, and Sexuality
    6. 16 Education
      1. Introduction to Education
      2. 16.2 Theoretical Perspectives on Education
        1. 3. Feminist Theory
        2. 1. Functionalism
          1. 1. Manifest Functions
          2. 2. Latent Functions
        3. 4. Symbolic Interactionism
        4. 2. Conflict Theory
        5. Making Connections: Grade Inflation: When Is an A Really a C?
      3. 16.1 Education around the World
        1. Per-student spending varies greatly by state, with the highest-ranking U.S. states spending up to three times what the lowest-ranking states spend per student. How has your state’s per-student spending affected your educational opportunities? (Graph courtesy of the New York Times Economix Blog and the U.S. Census Bureau 2007)
        2. 2. Formal and Informal Education
        3. 1. Education around the World
        4. 3. Access to Education
        5. Making Connections: Education in Afghanistan
      4. 16.3 Issues in Education
        1. 2. Head Start
        2. 3. Busing
        3. 7. Charter Schools
        4. 8. Teacher Training
        5. 9. Social Promotion
        6. 4. No Child Left Behind
        7. 5. Teaching to the Test
        8. 6. Bilingual Education
        9. 1. Equal Education
        10. 12. Home Schooling
        11. 10. Affirmative Action
        12. 11. Rising Student Loan Debt
        13. Making connections: Money as Motivation in Charter Schools
    7. 15 Religion
      1. Introduction to Religion
      2. 15.2 World Religions
        1. 3. The World’s Religions
          1. 1. Hinduism
          2. 3. Confucianism
          3. 4. Taoism
          4. 2. Buddhism
          5. 5. Judaism
          6. 7. Christianity
          7. 6. Islam
        2. 1. Types of Religious Organizations
        3. 2. Types of Religions - part 1
      3. 15.1 The Sociological Approach to Religion
        1. Making Connections: The Protestant Work Ethic in the Information Age
        2. 2. The History of Religion as a Sociological Concept
        3. 1. The Sociological Approach to Religion
        4. 3. Theoretical Perspectives on Religion
          1. 2. Conflict Theory
          2. Making Connections: Rational Choice Theory: Can Economic Theory Be Applied to Religion?
          3. 3. Symbolic Interactionism
          4. 1. Functionalism
      4. 15.3 Religion in the United States
        1. 3. Megachurches
        2. Making Connections: Religious Leaders and the Rainbow of Gay Pride
        3. 4. Secularization
        4. 1. Religion and Social Change
        5. 2. Liberation Theology
        6. Making Connections:
  5. Table of Contents part 4
    1. Learning Objectives
    2. 18 Work and the Economy
      1. Introduction to Work and the Economy
      2. 18.2 Globalization and the Economy
        1. Table 18.1 Gross Domestic Product Per Capita
        2. 1. What Is Globalization?
        3. 2. Aspects of Globalization
      3. 18.1 Economic Systems
        1. 4. Convergence Theory
        2. 2. Capitalism
        3. 1. Economics of Agricultural, Industrial, and Postindustrial Societies
          1. Making Connections: The Lady Who Lives without Money
          2. 2. The Industrial Revolution
          3. 1. The Agricultural Revolution
          4. 3. Postindustrial Societies and the Information Age
        4. 3. Socialism
          1. 2. Socialism in Practice
          2. Making Connections: Obama and Socialism: A Few Definitions
          3. 1. Socialism
        5. 5. Theoretical Perspectives on the Economy
          1. 1. Functionalist Perspective
          2. 3. Symbolic Interactionist Perspective
          3. 2. Conflict Perspective
      4. 18.3 Work in the United States
        1. 2. Women in the Workforce
        2. 4. Poverty in the United States
        3. 3. Immigration and the Workforce
        4. 1. Polarization in the Workforce
        5. Making Connections:Real Money, Virtual Worlds
    3. Learning Objectives
    4. 20 Population, Urbanization, and the Environment
      1. 20.2 Urbanization
        1. 1. The Growth of Cities
        2. 3. Suburbs and Exurbs
        3. 2. Urbanization in the United States
        4. 4. Urbanization around the World
        5. Making Connections:
          1. Making Connections: Suburbs Are Not All White Picket Fences: The Banlieues of Paris
          2. Making Connections: A Postmillennial Jungle: A Story of Coming of Age in the Bronx
          3. Making Connections: The Migration of Mothers
        6. 5. Theoretical Perspectives on Urbanization
      2. Introduction to Population, Urbanization, and the Environment
      3. 20.3 The Environment and Society
        1. Making Connections:
          1. Making Connections: What Should Apple (and Friends) Do about E-Waste?
          2. Making Connections: The Tragedy of the Commons
          3. Making Connections: Would You Buy an Environmental Cause from This Woman?
          4. Making Connections: American Indian Tribes and Environmental Racism
        2. 2. Climate Change
        3. 1. Pollution
          1. 4. Air
          2. 2. Soil
          3. 1. Water
          4. 3. Garbage
          5. 5. Toxic and Radioactive Waste
        4. 3. Environmental Racism
      4. 20.1 Demography and Population
        1. 2. Population Growth
        2. 4. Current Population Trends
        3. 3. Demographic Theories
          1. 4. Demographic Transition Theory
          2. 2. Zero Population Growth
          3. 1. Malthusian Theory
          4. 3. Cornucopian Theory
        4. 1. Demography and Population
    5. Learning Objectives
    6. 19 Health and Medicine
      1. 19.3 Health in the United States
        1. 1. Health by Race and Ethnicity
        2. 3. Health by Gender
        3. 2. Health by Socioeconomic Status
        4. 4. Mental Health and Disability
          1. 2. Disability
          2. 1. Mental Health
        5. Making Connections: Medicalization of Sleeplessness
        6. Making Connections: Obesity: The Last Acceptable Prejudice
      2. 19.1 The Social Construction of Health
        1. 3. The Social Construction of Medical Knowledge
        2. 1. The Cultural Meaning of Illness
        3. Making Connections: Has Breast Cancer Awareness Gone Too Far?
        4. 2. The Social Construction of the Illness Experience
      3. Introduction to Health and Medicine
      4. 19.2 Global Health
        1. 2. Health in Low-Income Nations
        2. 1. Health in High-Income Nations
      5. 19.5 Theoretical Perspectives on Health and Medicine
        1. 1. Functionalism
        2. 3. Symbolic Interactionism
        3. 2. Conflict Perspective
      6. 19.4 Comparative Health and Medicine
        1. 1. American Health Care
        2. 2. Health Care Elsewhere
    7. Learning Objectives
    8. 17 Government and Politics
      1. 17.1 Power and Authority
        1. 1. What Is Power?
        2. Making Connections: Did Facebook and Twitter Cause the Arab Spring?
        3. 2. Types of Authority
          1. Table 17.1 Weber’s Three Types of Authority
          2. 2. Charismatic Authority
          3. 1. Traditional Authority
          4. 3. Rational-Legal Authority
      2. 17.3 Politics in the United States
        1. 3. Race, Gender, and Class Issues
        2. 1. Politics in the United States
        3. 2. Voter Participation
      3. 17.2 Forms of Government
        1. 4. Democracy
        2. 2. Oligarchy
        3. 1. Monarchy
        4. 3. Dictatorship
        5. Making Connections: Is the United States an Oligarchy?
      4. Introduction to Government and Politics
      5. 17.4 Theoretical Perspectives on Government and Power
        1. 1. Functionalism
        2. 3. Conflict Theory in Action
        3. 2. Conflict Theory
        4. 4. Symbolic Interactionism
    9. Learning Objectives
    10. 21 Social Movements and Social Change
      1. Introduction to Social Movements and Social Change
      2. 21.2 Social Movements
        1. 3. Stages of Social Movements
        2. 1. Levels of Social Movements
          1. 3. National
          2. 1. Local
          3. 4. Global
          4. 2. State
        3. 4. Theoretical Perspectives on Social Movements
          1. 2. Framing/Frame Analysis
          2. 1. Resource Mobilization
          3. 3. New Social Movement Theory
        4. 2. Types of Social Movements
      3. 21.1 Collective Behavior
        1. 2. Theoretical Perspectives on Collective Behavior
          1. 3. Assembling Perspective
          2. 1. Emergent-Norm Perspective
          3. Table 21.1
          4. 2. Value-Added Theory
        2. 1. Forms of Collective Behavior
        3. Making Connections: Flash Mobs
      4. 21.3 Social Change
        1. 2. Modernization
        2. Making Connections: Our Dystopian Future: From A Brave New World to The Hunger Games
        3. 1. Causes of Social Change
          1. 2. Social Institutions
          2. 4. The Environment
          3. 3. Population
          4. 1. Technology
  6. Preface
    1. Acknowledgements
    2. Faculty Contributors
    3. Features of OpenStax Introduction to Sociology
      1. Key Features
      2. Section Quizzes
      3. Further Research
      4. Section Summaries
      5. Key Terms
      6. Modularity
      7. Learning Objectives
    4. About OpenStax College
    5. About This Book
    6. Faculty Reviewers
    7. To the Student
    8. To the Instructor
    9. General Approach
    10. Supplements
    11. Disclaimer
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