Synopses & Reviews
- This program was written exclusively for high school
students using examples and situations that relate directly to their
experiences and understandings.
- Employs the modified SQ3R reading method. Reading experts agree that the
use of focus questions to introduce major topics helps students to better
anticipate and comprehend new material.
- Meets American Sociological Association standards for the teaching of
sociology in high school.
- Contains extensive graphs, charts, maps and a wide variety of teaching resources to assist you in
presenting a complete sociology classroom program.
A sociology program written exclusively for high school students
Sociology and You is written by successful authors with extensive experience in the field of sociology. Meet American Sociological Association standards for the teaching of sociology in high school with this comprehensive program.
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Table of Contents
Unit 1 Sociological Perspectives
Chapter 1 An Invitation to Sociology
Chapter 2 Sociologists Doing Research
Unit 2 Culture and Social Structure
Chapter 3 Cultures
Chapter 4 Socialization
Chapter 5 Social Structure and Society
Chapter 6 Groups and Formal Organizations
Chapter 7 Deviance and Social Control
Unit 3 Social Inequality
Chapter 8 Social Stratification
Chapter 9 Inequalities of Race and Ethnicity
Chapter 10 Inequalities of Gender and Age
Unit 4 Social Institutions
Chapter 11 The Family
Chapter 12 Education
Chapter 13 Political and Economic Institutions
Chapter 14 Religion
Chapter 15 Sport
Unit 5 Social Change
Chapter 16 Population and Urbanization
Chapter 17 Social Change and Collective Behavior