Test Bank for New Society 8th Edition | 9780176570064

A Descriptive Test Bank for New Society 8th Edition | 9780176570064
By Robert J. Brym
ISBN-10: 0176570063 ISBN-13: 9780176570064
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Part One: Introduction
Chapter 1: Introducing Sociology – Robert Brym, University of Toronto
Chapter 2: Research Methods – Neil Guppy, University of British Columbia
Part Two: Culture
Chapter 3: Culture – Robert Brym, University of Toronto
Chapter 4: Socialization – Lisa Strohschein, University of Alberta
Chapter 5: Gender and Sexualities – Rhonda L. Lenton, York University
Chapter 6: Communication and Mass Media – Sonia Bookman, University of Manitoba
Part Three: Inequality
Chapter 7: Social Stratification – Harvey Krahn, University of Alberta
Chapter 8: Gender Inequality – Marisa Young, McMaster University
Chapter 9: Race and Ethnic Relations – Vic Satzewich, McMaster University
Chapter 10: Development and Underdevelopment – Anthony Winson, University of Guelph
Part Four: Institutions
Chapter 11: Families – Sandra Colavecchia, McMaster University
Chapter 12: Work and Occupations – Sandy Welsh, University of Toronto
Chapter 13: Education – Scott Davies, OISE, University of Toronto
Chapter 14: Religion – Reginald W. Bibby, University of Lethbridge
Part Five: Change and Conflict
Chapter 15: Deviance and Crime – Julian Tanner, University of Toronto
Chapter 16: Population and Urbanization – John Hannigan, University of Toronto
Chapter 17: Sociology and the Environment – S. Harris Ali, York University
Chapter 18: Health and Aging – Margaret J. Penning and Neena L. Chappell, University of Victoria
Chapter 19: Politics and Social Movements – Robert Brym, University of Toronto
Chapter 20: Globalization – Josée Johnston, University of Toronto Epilogue The Future of Sociology: Michael Burawoy, University of California, Berkeley
Chapter 21: Networks, Groups, and Bureaucracies Robert Brym, University of Toronto Lance Roberts, University of Manitoba Lisa Strohschein, University of Alberta John Lie, University of California, Berkeley

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