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2.1. Approaches to Sociological Research2.2. Research Methods2.3. Ethical ConcernsFinal Assessment
3.1. What Is Culture?3.2. Elements of Culture3.3. Pop Culture, Subculture, and Cultural Change3.4. Theoretical Perspectives on CultureFinal Assessment
4.1. Types of Societies4.2. Theoretical Perspectives on Society4.3. Social Constructions of RealityFinal Assessment
5.1. Theories of Self-Development5.2. Why Socialization Matters5.3. Agents of Socialization5.4. Socialization Across the Life CourseFinal Assessment
6.1. Types of Groups6.2. Group Size and Structure6.3. Formal OrganizationsFinal Assessment
7.1. Deviance and Control7.2. Theoretical Perspectives on Deviance7.3. Crime and the LawFinal Assessment
8.1. Technology Today8.2. Media and Technology in Society8.3. Global Implications of Media and Technology8.4. Theoretical Perspectives on Media and TechnologyFinal Assessment
9.1. What Is Social Stratification?9.2. Social Stratification and Mobility in the United States9.3. Global Stratification and Inequality9.4. Theoretical Perspectives on Social StratificationFinal Assessment
10.1. Global Stratification and Classification10.2. Global Wealth and Poverty10.3. Theoretical Perspectives on Global StratificationFinal Assessment
11.1. Racial, Ethnic, and Minority Groups11.2. Stereotypes, Prejudice, and Discrimination11.3. Theories of Race and Ethnicity11.4. Intergroup Relationships11.5. Race and Ethnicity in the United StatesFinal Assessment
12.1. Sex and Gender12.2. Gender12.3. Sex and SexualityFinal Assessment
13.1. Who Are the Elderly? Aging in Society13.2. The Process of Aging13.3. Challenges Facing the Elderly13.4. Theoretical Perspectives on AgingFinal Assessment
14.1. What Is Marriage? What Is a Family?14.2. Variations in Family Life14.3. Challenges Families FaceFinal Assessment
15.1. The Sociological Approach to Religion15.2. World Religions15.3. Religion in the United StatesFinal Assessment
16.1. Education around the World16.2. Theoretical Perspectives on Education16.3. Issues in EducationFinal Assessment
17.1. Power and Authority17.2. Forms of Government17.3. Politics in the United States17.4. Theoretical Perspectives on Government and PowerFinal Assessment
18.1. Economic Systems18.2. Globalization and the Economy18.3. Work in the United StatesFinal Assessment
19.1. The Social Construction of Health19.2. Global Health19.3. Health in the United States19.4. Comparative Health and Medicine19.5. Theoretical Perspectives on Health and MedicineFinal Assessment
20.1. Demography and Population20.2. Urbanization20.3. The Environment and SocietyFinal Assessment
21.1. Collective Behavior21.2. Social Movements21.3. Social ChangeFinal Assessment
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