Mapping The Social Landscape 9th Edition by Susan J Ferguson Review

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The author is a proud sponsor of the 2020 SAGE Keith Roberts Teaching Innovations Award— enabling graduate students and early career faculty to attend the annual ASA pre-conference teaching and learning workshop.

Mapping The Social Landscape is one of the most established and widely-used readers for Introductory Sociology. The organization follows that of a typical introductory sociology course and provides coverage of key concepts including culture, socialization, deviance, social structure, social inequality, social institutions, and social change. Susan J. Ferguson selects, edits, and introduces 58 readings representing a plurality of voices and views within sociology. The selections include classic statements from great thinkers like C. Wright Mills, Karl Marx, and Max Weber, as well of the works of contemporary scholars who address current social issues. Throughout this collection, there are many opportunities to discuss individual, interactional, and structural levels of society; the roles of race, ethnicity, class, gender, and sexuality in shaping social life; and the intersection of statuses and identities.

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The password-protected Instructor Resource Site (formally known as SAGE Edge) offers access to all text-specific resources, including a test bank and editable, chapter-specific PowerPoint® slides. Learn more.

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List of Contents

  • Preface
  • About the Editor
  • Part I: The Sociological Perspective
  • Chapter 1: The Promise – C. Wright Mills
  • Chapter 2: Teenage Wasteland: Suburbia’s Dead-End Kids – Donna Gaines
  • Chapter 3: An Intersection of Biography and History: My Intellectual Journey – Mary Romero
  • Theory
  • Chapter 4: Theoretical Perspectives in Sociology – Chris Hunter and Kent McClelland
  • Chapter 5: The Manifesto of the Communist Party – Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels
  • Chapter 6: On Being Sane in Insane Places – David L. Rosenhan
  • Social Research
  • Chapter 7: Finding Out How the Social World Works – Michael Schwalbe
  • Chapter 8: Interpersonal Dynamics in a Simulated Prison – Craig Haney, W. Curtis Banks, and Philip G. Zimbardo
  • Chapter 9: Working at Bazooms: The Intersection of Power, Gender, and Sexuality – Meika Loe
  • Part II. Culture
  • Chapter 10: Culture: A Sociological View – Howard S. Becker
  • Chapter 11: Raising Global Children Across the Pacific – Pei-Chia Lan
  • Chapter 12: Lovely Hula Hands: Corporate Tourism and the Prostitution of Hawaiian Culture – Haunani-Kay Trask
  • Part III. Socialization
  • Chapter 13: “No Way My Boys Are Going to Be Like That!†: Parents’ Responses to Children’s Gender Nonconformity – Emily W. Kane
  • Chapter 14: Using Racial and Ethnic Concepts: The Critical Case of Very Young Children – Debra Van Ausdale and Joe R. Feagin
  • Chapter 15: Making It By Faking It: Working-Class Students in an Elite Academic Environment – Robert Granfield
  • Chapter 16: Anybody′s Son Will Do – Gwynne Dyer
  • Part IV. Groups and Social Structure
  • Chapter 17: The Birth of the Intravidual – Dalton Conley
  • Chapter 18: Peer Power: Clique Dynamics among School Children – Patricia A. Adler and Peter Adler
  • Chapter 19: Shopping as Symbolic Interaction: Race, Class, and Gender in the Toy Store – Christine L. Williams
  • Part V. Deviance, Crime, and Social Control
  • Chapter 20: From Nowhere: Space, Race, and Time in How Young Minority Men Understand Encounters with Gangs – Randol Contreras
  • Chapter 21: Fraternities and Collegiate Rape Culture: Why Are Some Fraternities More Dangerous Places for Women? – A. Ayres Boswell and Joan Z. Spade
  • Chapter 22: Descent into Madness: The New Mexico State Prison Riot – Mark Colvin
  • Part VI. Social Inequality
  • Social Class
  • Chapter 23: Some Principles of Stratification – Kingsley Davis and Wilbert E. Moore
  • Chapter 24: Who Rules America?: The Corporate Community and the Upper Class – G. William Domhoff
  • Chapter 25: Race, Homeownership, and Wealth – Thomas M. Shapiro
  • Chapter 26: Understanding the Dynamics of $2-a-Day Poverty in the United States – H. Luke Shaefer, Kathyrn Edin, and Elizabeth Talbert
  • Gender
  • Chapter 27: Gender as Structure – Barbara Risman
  • Chapter 28: Doing Gender, Determining Gender: Transgender People, Gender Panics, and the Maintenance of the Sex/Gender/Sexuality System – Laurel Westbrook and Kristen Schilt
  • Chapter 29: “Dude, You’re a Fag†: Adolescent Masculinity and the Fag Discourse – C. J. Pascoe
  • Chapter 30: Because She Looks Like a Child – Kevin Bales
  • Race and Ethnicity
  • Chapter 31: What Is Racial Domination? – Matthew Desmond and Mustafa Emirbayer
  • Chapter 32: At a Slaughterhouse, Some Things Never Die – Charlie LeDuff
  • Chapter 33: Out of Sorts: Adoption and (Un)Desirable Children – Katherin M. Flower Kim
  • Chapter 34: Yearning for Lightness: Transnational Circuits in the Marketing and Consumption of Skin Lighteners – Evelyn Nakano Glenn
  • Part VII. Social Institutions
  • Power and Politics
  • Chapter 35: The Power Elite – C. Wright Mills
  • Chapter 36: Bully Nation: How the American Establishment Creates a Bullying Society – Charles Derber and Yale R. Magrass
  • Chapter 37: The New Global Elite – Chrystia Freeland
  • Mass Media
  • Chapter 38: Must-See TV: South Asian Characterizations in American Popular Media – Bhoomi K. Thakore
  • Chapter 39: “It’s Dude Time!†: A Quarter Century of Excluding Women’s Sports in Televised News and Highlight Shows – Cheryl Cooky, Michael A. Messner, and Michela Musto
  • Chapter 40: Dangerous Pipelines, Dangerous People: Colonial Ecological Violence and Media Framing of Threat in the Dakota Access Pipeline Conflict – J. M. Bacon
  • The Economy and Work
  • Chapter 41: Over the Counter: McDonald′s – Robin Leidner
  • Chapter 42: Racializing the Glass Escalator: Reconsidering Men’s Experiences with Women’s Work – Adia Harvey Wingfield
  • Chapter 43: The Time Bind: When Work Becomes Home and Home Becomes Work – Arlie Russell Hochschild
  • Religion
  • Chapter 44: The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism – Max Weber
  • Chapter 45: Religion and Society: Of Gods and Demons – Steven P. Dandaneau
  • Chapter 46: Racialization of Muslims – Saher Selod and David G. Embrick
  • Health and Medicine
  • Chapter 47: Racism and Health: Pathways and Scientific Evidence – David R. Williams and Selina A. Mohammed
  • Chapter 48: Sand Castles and Snake Pits – Lillian B. Rubin
  • Chapter 49: A Slow, Toxic Decline: Dialysis Patients, Technological Failure, and the Unfulfilled Promise of Health in America – Keith Wailoo
  • Education
  • Chapter 50: Civilize Them with a Stick – Mary Crow Dog and Richard Erdoes
  • Chapter 51: A School in the Garden – Mitchell L. Stevens
  • Chapter 52: Bad Boys: Public Schools in the Making of Black Masculinity – Ann Arnett Ferguson
  • The Family
  • Chapter 53: The Deinstitutionalization of American Marriage – Andrew J. Cherlin
  • Chapter 54: Promises I Can Keep: Why Poor Women Put Motherhood Before Marriage – Kathryn Edin and Maria Kefalas
  • Chapter 55: Unequal Childhoods: Class, Race, and Family Life – Annette Lareau
  • Part VIII. Social Change
  • Chapter 56: Revolutions and Regime Change – Jeff Goodwin and René Rojas
  • Chapter 57: Superstorm Sandy: Restoring Security at the Shore – Diane C. Bates
  • Chapter 58: A New Political Generation: Millennials and the Post-2008 Wave of Protest – Ruth Milkman

Book Details

  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ SAGE Publications, Inc; Ninth edition (September 18, 2020)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 656 pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1544334664
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1544334660
  • Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 1.9 pounds
  • Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 7 x 1.48 x 10 inches

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