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  • Essentials of Sociology A Down-to-Earth Approach 9th Edition by Henslin Test Bank ISBN13: 9780205763122 ISBN10: 020576312X Please Scroll Down to 3rd PAGE
  • Essentials of Sociology A Down-to-Earth Approach 9th Edition by Henslin Test Bank ISBN13: 9780205763122 ISBN10: 020576312X Please Scroll Down to 3rd PAGE
  • Essentials of Sociology A Down-to-Earth Approach 9th Edition by Henslin Test Bank ISBN13: 9780205763122 ISBN10: 020576312X Please Scroll Down to 3rd PAGE
  • Click Here to Download! Essentials of Sociology A Down-to-Earth Approach 9th Edition by Henslin Test Bank ISBN13: 9780205763122 ISBN10: 020576312X ---------------------------------------------- ISBN13: 9780205763122 ----------------------------------------------- ISBN10: 020576312X ----------------------------------------------- The Test Bank :: Provides you with test questions that professors use on the exams right out of this test bank. :: Provides you with accurate answers to the Solution questions, evens and odds. :: Is a great investment toward graduation. :: The digital download allows for immediate delivery or same day email delivery. :: Average student sees an increase of two letter grades with Test banks/Solutions Manual :: Multiple choice, True/false, Fill in the blank, Solve, Matching & Essay/short answer are all included. The item you are looking at is Essentials of Sociology A Down-to-Earth Approach 9th Edition by Henslin Test Bank Table of Contents Part I The Sociological Perspective Chapter 1 The Sociological Perspective Chapter 2 Culture
  • Chapter 3 Socialization Chapter 4 Social Structure and Social Interaction Chapter 5 Social Groups and Formal Organizations Chapter 6 Deviance and Social Control Chapter 7 Global Stratification Chapter 8 Social Class in the United States Chapter 9 Race and Ethnicity Chapter 10 Gender and Age Chapter 11 Politics and the Economy Chapter 12 Marriage and Family Chapter 13 Education and Religion Chapter 14 Population and Urbanization Chapter 15 Social Change and the Environment Epilogue: Why Major in Sociology? COMPREHENSIVE TABLE OF CONTENTS : Part I The Sociological Perspective Chapter 1 The Sociological Perspective The Sociological Perspective Seeing the Broader Social Context The Global Context — and the Local Origins of Sociology Tradition Versus Science Auguste Comte and Positivism Herbert Spencer and Social Darwinism Karl Marx and Class Conflict Emile Durkheim and Social Integration Max Weber and the Protestant Ethic Sociology in North America Sexism and Early Female Sociologists Racism at the Time: W.E.B. Du Bois Down-to-Earth Sociology: W.E.B. Du Bois: The Souls of Black Folk Jane Addams and Social Reform Talcott Parsons and C. Wright Mills: Theory Versus Reform The Continuing Tension: Basic, Applied, and Public Sociology D own-to-Earth Sociology: Careers in Sociology: What Applied Sociologists Do Cultural Diversity in the United States: Theoretical Perspectives in Sociology Symbolic Interactionism Functional Analysis Conflict Theory
  • Putting the Theoretical Perspectives Together Levels of Analysis: Macro and Micro How Theory and Research Work Together Doing Sociological Research Down-to-Earth Sociology: Enjoying A Sociology Quiz: Sociological Findings Versus Common Sense A Research Model Research Surveys Down-to-Earth Sociology: Loading the Dice: How Not to Do Research Participant Observation (Fieldwork) Down-to-Earth Sociology: Gang Leader for a Day: Adventures of a Rogue Sociologist Case Studies Secondary Analysis Documents Experiments Unobtrusive Measures Gender in Sociological Research Ethics and Values in Sociological Research Ethics: Protecting the Subjects — The Brajuha Research Ethics: Misleading the Subjects — The Humphreys Research Values and Controversy in Research Summary and Review Chapter 2 Culture What Is Culture? Culture and Taken-for-Granted Orientations to Life Cultural Diversity Around the World: Culture Shock: The Arrival of the Hmong Practicing Cultural Relativism Cultural Diversity Around the World: You Are What You Eat? An Exploration in Cultural Relativity Components of Symbolic Culture Gestures Language C ultural Diversity in the United States: Miami–Continuing Controversy Over Language Language and Perception: The Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis Cultural Diversity in the United States: Race and Language: Searching for Self- Labels Values, Norms, and Sanctions Folkways and Mores Many Cultural Worlds
  • Subcultures Down-to-Earth Sociology: 2-D: A New Subculture and a Different Kind of Love Countercultures Values in U.S. Society An Overview of U.S. Values Value Clusters Value Contradictions Emerging Values Culture Wars: When Values Clash Values as Distorting Lens “Ideal” Versus “Real” Culture Technology in the Global Village The New Technology Cultural Lag and Cultural Change Technology and Cultural Leveling Summary and Review Chapter 3 Socialization Society Makes Us Human Down-to-Earth Sociology:Heredity or Environment? The Case of Jack and Oscar, Identical Twins Feral Children Isolated Children Institutionalized Children Deprived Animals Socialization into the Self and Mind Cooley and the Looking-Glass Self Mead and Role Taking Piaget and the Development of Reasoning Global Aspects of the Self and Reasoning Learning Personality, Emotions, and Internal Control Freud and the Development of Personality Socialization into Emotions Society Within Us: The Self and Emotions as Social Control Socialization into Gender Learning the Gender Map Gender Messages in the Family C ultural Diversity Around the World: Women Becoming Men: The Sworn Virgins Gender Messages From Peers Gender Messages in the Mass Media Mass Media in Social Life: Lara Croft, Tomb Raider: Changing Images of Women in the Mass Media Agents of Socialization
  • The Family The Neighborhood Religion Day Care The School and Peer Groups Cultural Diversity in the United States: Immigrants and Their Children: Caught Between Two Worlds The Workplace Resocialization Total Institutions Down-to-Earth Sociology: Boot Camp as a Total Institution Socialization Through the Life Course Childhood (from birth to about age 12) Adolescence (ages 13-17) Transitional Adulthood (ages 18-29) The Middle Years (ages 30-65) The Older Years (about 65 on) Are We Prisoners of Socialization? Summary and Review Chapter 4 Social Structure and Social Interaction Levels of Sociological Analysis Macrosociology and Microsociology The Macrosociological Perspective: Social Structure The Sociological Significance of Social Structure Down-to-Earth Sociology:College Football as Social Structure Culture Social Class Social Status Roles Groups Social Institutions Societies — and Their Tranformation Sociology and the New Technology: Avatar Fantasy Life: The Blurring Lines of Reality What Hold Society Together? C ultural Diversity in the United States: The Amish: G emeinschaft Community in a Gesellschaft Society The Microsociological Perspective: Social Interaction in Everyday Life Symbolic Interaction Down to Earth Sociology: Looks: The Last Frontier of Socially Acceptable Discrimination?
  • Down-to-Earth Sociology: Beauty May Be Only Skin Deep, But Its Effects Go On Forever Dramaturgy: The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life Mass Media in Social Life:You Can’t Be Thin Enough: Body Images and the Mass Media Ethnomethodology: Uncovering Background Assumptions The Social Construction of Reality The Need for Both Macrosociology and Microsociology Through the Author's Lens: When a Tornado Strikes Summary and Review Chapter 5 Social Groups and Formal Organizations Groups Within Society Primary Groups Seconary Groups In-Groups and Out-Groups Reference Groups Social Networks New Group: Electronic Communities Bureaucracies The Characteristics of Bureaucracies Down-to-Earth Sociology: The McDonaldization of Society Goal Displacement and the Perpetuation of Bureaucracies Dysfunctions of Bureaucracies Down-to-Earth Sociology: Group Pranking: Escaping the Boredom of Bureaucracy? Working for the Corporation Self-Fulfilling Stereotypes in the “Hidden” Corporate Culture T hinking Critically: Managing Diversity in the Workplace Group Dynamics Effects on Group Size on Stability and Intimacy Effects on Group Size on Attitudes and Behavior Leadership The Power of Peer Pressure: The Asch Experiment Down-to-Earth Sociology: The Power of Cascades: When Error Escalates The Power of Authority: The Milgram Experiment Thinking Critically:If Hitler Asked You to Execute a Stranger, Would You? The Milgram Experiment Global Consequences of Group Dynamics: Groupthink
  • Summary and Review Chapter 6 Deviance and Social Control What Is Deviance? Cultural Diversity Around the World:Human Sexuality in Cross-Cultural Perspective How Norms Make Social Life Possible Sanctions Competing Explanations of Deviance: Sociobiology, Psychology, and Sociology The Symbolic Interactionist Perspective Differential Association Theory Control Theory Down-to-Earth Sociology: Shaming: Making a Comeback? Labeling Theory Mass Media in Social Life:Pornography and the Mainstream: Freedom Versus Censorship The Functionalist Perspective Can Deviance Really Be Functional for Society? Strain Theory: How Social Values Produce Deviance Illegitimate Opportunity Structures: Social Class and Crime Down-to-Earth Sociology:Islands in the Street: Urban Gangs in the United States The Conflict Perspective The Law as an Instrument of Oppression Reactions to Deviance Cultural Diversity Around the World: What Kind of Prison Is This? Street Crime and Prisons T hinking Critically:“Three Strikes and You're Out!” Unintended Consequences of Well-Intended Laws The Decline in Crime Recidivism The Death Penalty and Bias Down-to-Earth Sociology:The Killer Next Door: Serial Murderers in Our Midst Legal Change T hinking Critically:Changing Views: Making Hate a Crime The Medicalization of Deviance: Mental Illness The Need for a More Humane Approach Summary and Review Chapter 7 Global Stratification Systems of Social Stratification Slavery
  • Mass Media in Social Life:What Price Freedom? Slavery Today Caste Estate Class Global Stratification and the Status of Females The Global Superclass What Determines Social Class? Karl Marx: The Means of Production Max Weber: Property, Power, and Prestige Why Is Social Stratification Universal? The Functionalist View: Motivating Qualified People The Conflict Perspective: Class Conflict and Scarce Resources Lenski's Synthesis How Do Elites Maintain Stratification? Soft Control Versus Force Comparative Social Stratification Social Stratification in Great Britain Social Stratification in the Former Soviet Union Global Stratification: Three Worlds The Most Industrialized Nations The Industrializing Nations Thin king Critically:Open Season: Children As Prey The Least Industrialized Nations Through the Author's Lens: The Dump People: Working and Living and Playing in the City Dump of Phnom Penh, Cambodia How Did the World's Nations Become Stratified? Colonialism World System Theory T hinking Critically:When Globalization Comes Home: Maquiladoras South of the Border Culture of Poverty Evaluating the Theories Maintaining Global Stratification Neocolonialism Multinational Corporations Technology and Global Domination Strains in the Global System Summary and Review Chapter 8 Social Class in the United States What Is Social Class?
  • Property Down-to-Earth Sociology: How the Super- Rich Live Power Prestige Status Inconsistency Down-to-Earth Sociology:The Big Win: Life After the Lottery Sociological Models of Social Class Updating Marx Updating Weber Consequences of Social Class Physical Health Mental Health T hinking Critically: Mental Illness and Inequality in Medical Care Family Life Education Religion Politics Crime and the Criminal Justice Social Mobility Three Types of Social Mobility Cultural Diversity in the United States:Social Class and the Upward Mobility of African Americans Women in Studies of Social Mobility Poverty Drawing the Poverty Line Do wn-to-Earth Sociology: Taking Another Fun Quiz: Exploring Stereotypes About the Poor Who Are the Poor? Children of Poverty T hinking Critically: The Nation's Shame: Children in Poverty The Dynamics of Poverty Why Are People Poor? Welfare Reform Where Is Horatio Alger? The Social Functions of a Myth Summary and Review Chapter 9 Race and Ethnicity Laying the Sociological Foundation Race: Myth and Reality
  • Cultural Diversity in the United States: Tiger Woods: Mapping the Changing Ethnic Terrain Ethnic Groups Minority Groups and Dominant Groups How People Construct Their Racial-Ethnic Identity Prejudice and Discrimination Learning Prejudice Down-to-Earth Sociology: The Racist Mind Individual and Institutional Discrimination Theories of Prejudice Psychological Perspectives Sociological Perspectives Down-to-Earth Sociology: The Man in the Zoo Global Patterns of Intergroup Relations Genocide Population Transfer Internal Colonialism Segregation Assimilation Multiculturalism (Pluralism) Racial-Ethnic Relations in the United States European Americans Latinos (Hispanics) Cultural Diversity in the United States: The Illegal Travel Guide African Americans Down-to-Earth Sociology: Stealth Racism in the Rental Market: What You Reveal by Your Voice Asian Americans Native Americans Looking Toward the Future The Immigration Debate Cultural Diversity in the United States: Glimpsing the Future: The Shifting U.S. Racial-Ethnic Mix Summary and Review Chapter 10 Gender and Age INEQUALITIES OF GENDER [SUPER A HEAD] Issues of Sex and Gender Gender Differences in Behavior: Biology or Culture? Opening the Door to Biology Gender Inequality in Global Perspective Through the Author's Lens: Work and Gender: Women at Work in India
  • Mass Media in Social Life: Women in Iran: The Times Are Changing, Ever So Slowly The Origins of Patriarchy Global Violence Against Women Cultural Diversity Around the World: Female Circumcision Gender Inequality in the United States Fighting Back: The Rise of Feminism Gender Inequality in Health Care D own-to-Earth Sociology: Cold-Hearted Surgeons and Their Women Victims Gender Inequality in Education Down-to-Earth Sociology: Affirmative Action for Men Gender Inequality in the Workplace Sexual Harassment–and Worse Violence Against Women The Changing Face of Politics Glimpsing the Future–With Hope INEQUALITIES OF AGING [SUPER A HEAD] Aging in Global Perspective The Social Construction of Aging Industrialization and the Graying of the Globe The Graying of America The Symbolic Interactionist Perspective Shifting Meanings of Growing Old The Influence of the Mass Media Mass Media in Social Life: Shaping Our Perceptions of the Elderly The Functionalist Perspective Disengagement Theory Activity Theory Continuity Theory The Conflict Perspective Fighting for Resources: Social Security Legislation Intergenerational Competition and Conflict Do wn-to-Earth Sociology: Senior Citizen Discounts: Stirrings of Resentment Looking Toward the Future New Views of Aging Summary and Review Chapter 11 Politics and the Economy POLITICS: ESTABLISHING LEADERSHIP [SUPER A HEAD] Power, Authority, and Violence Authority and Legitimate Violence Traditional Authority
  • Rational-Legal Authority Charismatic Authority The Transfer of Authority Types of Government Monarchies: The Rise of the State Democracies: Citizenship as a Revolutionary Idea Dictatorships and Oligarchies: The Seizure of Power The U.S. Political System Political Parties and Elections Voting Patterns Lobbyists and Special-Interest Groups Who Rules the United States? The Functionalist Perspective: Pluralism The Conflict Perspective: The Power Elite Which View is Right? War and Terrorism: Implementing Political Objectives Why Nations Go to War Terrorism Down-to-Earth Sociology: Who Are the Suicide Terrorists? Testing Your Stereotypes Down-to-Earth Sociology: Child Soldiers THE ECONOMY: WORK IN THE GLOBAL VILLAGE [SUPER A HEAD] The Transformation of Economic Systems Preindustrial Societies: The Birth of Inequality Industrial Societies: The Birth of the Machine Postindustrial Societies: The Birth of the Information Age Biotech Societies: The Merger of Biology and Economics Implications for Your Life Cultural Diversity Around the World: The Child Workers World Economic Systems Capitalism Socialism Ideologies of Capitalism and Socialism Criticisms of Capitalism and Socialism The Convergence of Capitalism and Socialism Cultural Diversity Around the World: The New Capitalism in China The Globalization of Capitalism A New Global Structure and the Global Oppression of Workers
  • Through the Author’s Lens: Small Town USA Stagnant Paychecks The New Economic System and the Old Divisions of Wealth The Global Superclass A New World Order? Trends Towards Unity Strains in the Global System Summary and Review Chapter 12 Marriage and Family Marriage and Family in Global Perspective What Is a Family? What Is Marriage? Common Cultural Themes Sociology and the New Technology: Finding a Mate: Not the Same as It Used to Be Marriage and Family in Theoretical Perspective The Functionalist Perspective: Functions and Dysfunctions The Conflict Perspective: Struggles Between Husbands and Wives The Symbolic Interactionist Perspective: Gender, Housework, and Child Care The Family Life Cycle Love and Courtship in Global Perspective Marriage Childbirth Child Rearing Family Transitions Diversity in U.S. Families African American Families Latino Families Asian American Families Native American Families One-Parent Families Families Without Children Blended Families Gay and Lesbian Families Trends in U.S. Families Postponing Marriage and Childbirth Cohabitation Down-to-Earth Sociology: “You Want Us to Live Together? What Do You Mean By That?” Divorce and Remarriage Ways of Measuring Divorce
  • Down-to-Earth Sociology: “What Are Your Chances of Getting Divorced?” Children of Divorce Grandchildren of Divorce The Absent Father and Serial Fatherhood The Ex-Spouses Remarriage Two Sides of Family Life The Dark Side of Family Life: Battering, Child Abuse, Marital Rape, and Incest Down-to-Earth Sociology: “Why Doesn't She Just Leave?” The Dilemma of Abused Women The Bright Side of Family Life: Successful Marriages Symbolic Interactionism and the Misuse of Statistics The Future of Marriage and Family Summary and Review Chapter 13 Education and Religion EDUCATION: TRANSFERRING KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS [SUPER A HEAD] Education and Industrialization Down-to-Earth Sociology: Community Colleges Old and New Education in the Most Industrialized Nations: Japan Education in the Industrializing Nations: Russia Education in the Least Industrialized Nations: Egypt The Functionalist Perspective: Providing Social Benefits Teaching Knowledge and Skills Cultural Transmisssion of Values Social Integration Gatekeeping (Social Placement) Replacing Family Functions The Conflict Perspective: Perpetuating Social Inequality The Hidden Curriculum Tilting the Tests: Discrimination by IQ Stacking the Deck: Unequal Funding The Bottom Line: Family Background The Symbolic Interactionist Perspective: Teacher Expectations The Rist Research How Do Teacher Expectations Work? Problems in U.S. Education–and Their Solutions Mediocrity Cheating
  • Violence Mass Media in Social Life: School Shootings: Exploring a Myth Technology and Education Sociology and the New Technology: Internet University: No Walls, No Ivy, No All Night Parties RELIGION: ESTABLISHING MEANING [SUPER A HEAD] What Is Religion? The Functionalist Perspective Functions of Religion Dysfunctions of Religion The Symbolic Interactionist Perspective Religious Symbols Rituals Through the Author’s Lens: Holy Week in Spain Beliefs Religious Experience The Conflict Perspective Opium of the People A Legitimation of Social Inequalities Religion and the Spirit of Capitalism Types of Religious Groups Cult Sect Church Ecclesia Variations in Patterns Religion in the United States Characteristics of Members Characteristics of Religious Groups Cultural Diversity in the United States: Human Heads and Animal Blood: The Toleration of Religion The Future of Religion Mass Media in Social Life: God on the Net: The Online Marketing of Religion Summary and Review Chapter 14 Population and Urbanization POPULATION IN GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE [SUPER A HEAD] A Planet with No Space for Enjoying Life? The New Malthusians The Anti-Malthusians Who Is Correct? Why Are People Starving? Population Growth
  • Down-to-Earth Sociology: How the 2004 Tsunami Can Help Us to Understand Population Growth Why the Least Industrialized Nations Have So Many Children Implications of Different Rates of Growth The Three Demographic Variables Problems in Forecasting Population Growth Cultural Diversity Around the World: Killing Little Girls: An Ancient and Thriving Practice URBANIZATION [SUPER A HEAD] Through the Author's Lens: A Walk Through El Tiro in Medellin, Columbia The Development of Cities The Process of Urbanization U.S. Urban Patterns D own-to-Earth Sociology: Reclaiming Harlem: A Twist in the Invasion — Succession Cycle The Rural Rebound Models of Urban Growth The Concentric-Zone Model The Sector Model The Multiple-Nuclei Model The Peripheral Model Critique of the Models Cultural Diversity Around the World: Why City Slums Are Better Than the Country: Urbanization in the Least Industrialized Nations City Life Community in the City Who Lives in the City? The Norm of Noninvolvement and the Diffusion of Responsibility Urban Problems and Social Policy Surburbanization Disinvestment and Deindustrialization The Potential of Urban Revitalization Summary and Review Chapter 15 Social Change and the Environment How Social Change Transforms Social Life The Four Social Revolutions From Gemeinschaft to Gesellschaft The Industrialization Revolution and Capitalism Conflict, Power, and Global Politics Theories and Processes of Social Change
  • Click Here to Download! Evolution From Lower to Higher Natural Cycles Conflict Over Power Ogburn's Theory How Technology Changes Society The Social Significance of Technology Sociology and the New Technology: From Electronic Toy to Political Weapon: Twittering in the Digital Age Social Movements as a Source of Social Change Types of Social Movements Propaganda and the Mass Media Down-to-Earth Sociology: “The Tricks of the Trade” — Deception and Persuasion in Propaganda The Stages of Social Movements Resurgence Thinking Critically: Which Side of the Barricades? Prochoice and Prolife as a Social Movement The Growth Machine Versus the Earth Environmental Problems in the Most Industrialized Nations Environmental Problems in the Industrializing and Least Industrialized Nations Cultural Diversity Around the World: The Rainforests: Lost Tribes, Lost Knowledge The Environmental Movement Thinking Critically: Ecosabatage Environmental Sociology Summary and Review Epilogue: Why Major in Sociology?