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Social Problems: Community, Policy, and Social Action

Social Problems: Community, Policy, and Social Action 7th Edition

By: Anna Leon-Guerrero
ISBN-10: 1071813587
/ ISBN-13: 9781071813614
Edition: 7th Edition
Language: English
				
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Chapter 1 Sociology and the Study of Social Problems

    • Using Our Sociological Imagination
    • What Is a Social Problem?
    • Objective and Subjective Realities of Social Problems
    • The History of Social Problems
    • Understanding the Sociological Perspective
    • Functionalist Perspective
    • Conflict Perspective
    • Feminist Perspective
    • Interactionist Perspective
    • The Science of Sociology
    • The Transformation From Problem to Solution
    • Chapter Review
    • Key Terms
    • Study Questions

Part I The Bases of Inequality

    • Chapter 2 Social Class
    • Income and Wealth in the United States
    • What Does It Mean to Be Poor?
    • The Federal Definitions of Poverty
    • Who Are the Poor?
    • Sociological Perspectives on Social Class and Poverty
    • Functionalist Perspective
    • Conflict Perspective
    • Feminist Perspective
    • Interactionist Perspective
    • The Consequences of Poverty
    • Food Insecurity and Hunger
    • Affordable Housing
    • Health
    • Responding to Class Inequalities
    • U.S. Welfare Policy
    • Life After Welfare
    • Earned Income Tax Credit
    • Changing the Definition—Redefining Poverty
    • Chapter Review
    • Key Terms
    • Study Questions
    • Chapter 3 Race and Ethnicity
    • Defining Race and Ethnicity
    • Patterns of Racial and Ethnic Integration
    • Sociological Perspectives on Racial and Ethnic Inequalities
    • Functionalist Perspective
    • Conflict Perspective
    • Feminist Perspective
    • Interactionist Perspective
    • The Consequences of Racial and Ethnic Inequalities
    • U.S. Immigration
    • Global Migration
    • Income and Wealth
    • Education
    • Health
    • Responding to Racial and Ethnic Inequalities
    • Immigration Policy Since 2009
    • Black Lives Matter
    • Affirmative Action
    • Employment
    • Education
    • Supporting Diversity and Inclusivity
    • Chapter Review
    • Key Terms
    • Study Questions
    • Chapter 4 Gender
    • Sex, Gender, and Identity
    • Sociological Perspectives on Gender Inequality
    • Functionalist Perspective
    • Conflict and Feminist Perspectives
    • Interactionist Perspective
    • The Consequences of Gender Inequality
    • Occupational Sex Segregation
    • Income Inequality
    • Gender Nonconformity Discrimination
    • Intimate Partner Violence and Sexual Assault
    • Responding to Gender Inequalities
    • Feminist Movements and Social Policies
    • Title IX
    • Violence Against Women Act
    • Expanding Trans and Intersex Rights
    • Chapter Review
    • Key Terms
    • Study Questions
    • Chapter 5 Sexual Orientation
    • Defining Sexual Orientation
    • Sociological Perspectives on Sexual Orientation and Inequality
    • Functionalist Perspective
    • Conflict and Feminist Perspectives
    • Interactionist Perspective
    • Sexual Orientation and Inequality
    • State and Federal Legislation
    • The Rights and Recognition of Same-Sex Couples
    • Employment
    • Responding to Sexual Orientation Inequalities
    • Military Service
    • LGBTQ-Friendly Campuses
    • Chapter Review
    • Key Terms
    • Study Questions
    • Chapter 6 Age and Aging
    • Our Aging World
    • Sociological Perspectives on Age, Aging, and Inequality
    • Functionalist Perspective
    • Conflict Perspective
    • Feminist Perspective
    • Interactionist Perspective
    • The Consequences of Age Inequality
    • Ageism
    • Age and Social Class
    • Elderly Income Sources
    • Health and Medical Care
    • Ageism in the Workplace
    • The Political Influence of Young and Older Voters
    • Responding to Age Inequalities
    • Social Security
    • Medicare
    • Chapter Review
    • Key Terms
    • Study Questions

Part II Our Social Institutions

    • Chapter 7 Families
    • Myths of the Family
    • Sociological Perspectives on the Family
    • Functionalist Perspective
    • Conflict and Feminist Perspectives
    • Interactionist Perspective
    • Problems in the Family
    • Divorce
    • Violence and Neglect
    • Intimate Partner Violence
    • Child Abuse and Neglect
    • Elder Abuse and Mistreatment
    • Teen Pregnancy
    • The Problems of Time and Money
    • Community, Policy, and Social Action
    • The Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993
    • Community and Government Responses to Domestic Violence and Neglect
    • Teen Pregnancy and Infant Abandonment
    • Expanding the Definition of Family
    • Cohabitation
    • Grandparents as Parents
    • Chapter Review
    • Key Terms
    • Study Questions
    • Chapter 8 Education
    • Sociological Perspectives on Education
    • Functionalist Perspective
    • Conflict Perspective
    • Feminist Perspective
    • Interactionist Perspective
    • Problems and Challenges in Education
    • The Problem of Basic Literacy
    • Inequality in Educational Access and Achievement
    • Social Class and Education
    • Gender and Education
    • Ethnicity/Race and Education
    • Learning During a Pandemic
    • Violence and Harassment in Schools
    • Community, Policy, and Social Action
    • Policy Responses—The Basis for Educational Reform
    • Promoting Educational Opportunities—Head Start and Prekindergarten
    • Mentoring, Supporting, and Valuing Networks
    • Antiviolence and Antibullying Programs in Schools
    • Does Having a Choice Improve Education?
    • Chapter Review
    • Key Terms
    • Study Questions
    • Chapter 9 Work and the Economy
    • The Changing Nature of Work
    • Sociological Perspectives on Work
    • Functionalist Perspective
    • Conflict Perspective
    • Feminist Perspective
    • Interactionist Perspective
    • Problems in Work and the Economy
    • Unemployment and Underemployment
    • Globalization
    • Minimum Wage
    • A Hazardous and Stressful Workplace
    • Community, Policy, and Social Action
    • Federal Policies
    • The Living Wage Movement
    • Worker-Friendly Businesses—Conducting Business a Different Way
    • Organized and Fighting Back
    • Chapter Review
    • Key Terms
    • Study Questions
    • Chapter 10 Health and Medicine
    • Epidemiology
    • Sociological Perspectives on Health, Illness, and Medicine
    • Functionalist Perspective
    • Conflict Perspective
    • Feminist Perspective
    • Interactionist Perspective
    • Health Inequalities and Problems
    • The Cost of Health Care
    • Gender
    • Race and Ethnicity
    • Education
    • The Uninsured Population
    • Community, Policy, and Social Action
    • Health Care Reform
    • Federal Reform
    • State Reform
    • Children’s Health Insurance Program
    • State Prescription Drug Plans
    • Community-Based Health Centers
    • Chapter Review
    • Key Terms
    • Study Questions
    • Chapter 11 The Media
    • Sociological Perspectives on the Media
    • Functionalist Perspective
    • Conflict Perspective
    • Feminist Perspective
    • Interactionist Perspective
    • The Media and Social Problems
    • Loss of Privacy
    • The Digital Haves and Have-Nots
    • The Boundaryless Workplace
    • The Death of the Newspaper?
    • The Impact of Social Media on Adolescents
    • Do You Trust the News Media?
    • Community, Policy, and Social Action
    • Federal Communications Commission and the Telecommunications Act of 1996
    • Who Is Watching the Media?
    • Media and Digital Literacy
    • Chapter Review
    • Key Terms
    • Study Questions

Part III Our Social and Physical Worlds

    • Chapter 12 Drug Abuse
    • Sociological Perspectives on Drug Abuse
    • Functionalist Perspective
    • Conflict Perspective
    • Feminist Perspective
    • Interactionist Perspective
    • What is Drug Abuse?
    • Alcohol
    • Tobacco and Nicotine
    • Marijuana
    • Opioids
    • The Problems of Drug Abuse
    • Drug Use in the Workplace
    • Problem Drinking Among Teens and Young Adults
    • Punishment or Treatment?
    • Community, Policy, and Social Action
    • Federal Programs
    • Drug Legalization
    • Drug Treatment and Prevention Programs
    • Individual Approaches
    • Workplace Strategies
    • College Drug Programs
    • Community Approaches
    • Chapter Review
    • Key Terms
    • Study Questions
    • Chapter 13 Crime and Criminal Justice
    • Sociological Perspectives on Crime
    • Functionalist Perspective
    • Conflict Perspective
    • Feminist Perspective
    • Interactionist Perspective
    • Sources of Crime Statistics
    • Types of Crime
    • Violent Crime
    • Property Crime
    • Juvenile Delinquency
    • White-Collar Crime
    • The Inequalities of Crime—Offenders and Victims
    • Offenders
    • Victims
    • Our Current Response to Crime
    • The Police
    • Prisons
    • The Death Penalty
    • Community, Policy, and Social Action
    • U.S. Department of Justice
    • Policing Reform
    • Addressing Gun Violence
    • Prison Advocacy and Death Penalty Reform
    • Chapter Review
    • Key Terms
    • Study Questions
    • Chapter 14 The Environment
    • Environmental Problems Are Human Problems
    • Sociological Perspectives on Environmental Problems
    • Functionalist Perspective
    • Conflict Perspective
    • Feminist Perspective
    • Interactionist Perspective
    • Social Problems and the Environment
    • Climate Change
    • Air Quality
    • Hazardous Waste Sites and Brownfields
    • Global Urbanization and Population Growth
    • Water Quality and Supply
    • Land Conservation and Wilderness Protection
    • Community, Policy, and Social Action
    • Federal Responses
    • State and Local Responses
    • Environmental Interest Groups
    • Environmental Justice Movement
    • Waste and Recycling
    • Local and Sustainable Food
    • Green Schools
    • Chapter Review
    • Key Terms
    • Study Questions
    • Chapter 15 War and Terrorism
    • Defining Conflict
    • War
    • U.S. Conflicts
    • Terrorism
    • Sociological Perspectives on War and Terrorism
    • Functionalist Perspective
    • Conflict Perspective
    • Feminist Perspective
    • Interactionist Perspective
    • The Problems of War and Terrorism
    • The Impact of War and Terrorism
    • Individual Impact
    • Economic Impact
    • Environmental Impact
    • Political Impact
    • The Next Threat
    • Domestic Terrorism
    • Nuclear Weapons
    • Community, Policy, and Social Action
    • Political Diplomacy
    • Taking a World View: Northern Ireland Self-Rule
    • The Use of Economic Sanctions
    • Military Response
    • Antiwar and Peace Movements
    • Chapter Review
    • Key Terms
    • Study Questions

Part IV Individual Action and Social Change

    • Chapter 16 Social Problems and Social Action
    • Understanding Social Movements
    • How Do Social Movements Begin?
    • How Have Reform Movements Made a Difference?
    • Making the Last Connection
    • Chapter Review
    • Key Terms
    • Study Questions

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