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Sociology, Exploring the Architecture of Everyday Life: Readings

Sociology, Exploring the Architecture of Everyday Life: Readings

Eleventh Edition
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December 2018 | 368 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Chapter 1: Taking a New Look at a Familiar World
“The Sociological Imagination” C. Wright Mills
“The My Lai Massacre: A Military Crime of Obedience” Herbert Kelman and V. Lee Hamilton
“Hernando Washington” Lisa McIntyre
Chapter 2: Seeing and Thinking Sociologically
“The (Mis)Education of Monica and Karen" Laura Hamilton and Elizabeth A. Armstrong
Culture of Fear Barry Glassner
The Social Context of Hoarding Megan Shaeffer
Chapter 3: Building Reality: The Social Construction of Knowledge
“Concepts, Indicators and Reality” Earl Babbie
“From Policy to Prisoners to People: A “Soft Mixed Methods” Approach to Studying Transgender Prisoners” Valerie Jenness
“Scientific Thinking” Peter Nardi
Chapter 4: Building Order: Culture and History
"Body Ritual Among the Nacirema" Miner
“Country Masculinity" Matthew Desmond
“From Hippie to Hip-Hop: Street Vending in Vancouver, BC” Amy Hanser
Chapter 5: Building Identity: Socialization
“Life as the Maid’s Daughter" Mary Romero
“Tiger Girls on the Soccer Field” Hilary Levey Friedman
“Working the 'Code'” Nikki Jones
Chapter 6: Supporting Identity: The Presentation of Self
“The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life: Selections” Erving Goffman
“’I Am a Girl but Feel Like a Boy’: Young Transgender Men Online” Arlene Stein
“Blue Chip Blacks: Managing Race in Public Spaces” Karyn R. Lacy
Chapter 7: Building Social Relationships: Intimacy and Family
“The Radical Idea of Marrying for Love” Stephanie Coontz
“Gay Parenthood and the End of Paternity as We Knew It” Judith Stacey
“Life & Love Outside the Citizenship Binary: The Lived Experiences of Mixed Status Couples in the United States” April Schueths
Chapter 8: Constructing Difference: Social Deviance
“Imprisoned Black Women in Popular Media” Cheryle D. Snead-Greene and Michael D. Royster
“Overcoming the Obscene in Evangelical Sex Websites” Kelsy Burke
“Fat Shame to Fat Pride: Fat Women’s Sexual and Dating Experiences” Jeannine A. Gailey
Chapter 9: The Structure of Society: Organizations and Social Institutions
“Cool Stores, Bad Jobs” Yasemin Besen-Cassino
“Separate and Unequal Justice” Nicole Gonzalez Van Cleve
“Anybody’s Son Will Do” Gwynne Dyer
Chapter 10: The Architecture of Stratification: Social Class Inequality
Branded with Infamy: Inscriptions of Poverty and Class in America Vivyan Adair
“Marrying Across Class Lines” Jessi Streib
“Becoming a Geek Girl: Race, Inequality and the Social Geography of Childhood” France Winddance Twine and Lauren Alfrey
Chapter 11: The Architecture of Stratification: Race and Ethnicity
“Optional Ethnicities” Mary C. Waters
“Black Women and a New Definition of Womanhood” Shaeleya Miller
Chapter 12: The Architecture of Stratification: Sex and Gender
“Still a Man’s World: Men Who Do ‘Women’s Work’” Christine L. Williams
“Synthesized Masculinities- The Mechanics of Manhood Among Delinquent Boys” Victor Rios and Rachel Sarabia
“Parents’ Constructions of Teen Sexuality” Sinikka Elliott
Chapter 13: Global Dynamics and Population Demographic Trends
“Love & Gold” Arlie Russell Hochschild
“Embodied Experiences of Older Lesbians” Kathleen F. Slevin
“The Algorithmic Rise of the Alt-Right” Jessie Daniels
Chapter 14: The Architects of Change: Reconstructing Society
“Challenging Power Toxic Waste Protests and the Politicization of White Working Class Women” Celene Krauss
“Black Lives Matter: Toward a Modern Practice of Mass Struggle” Russell Rickford
“Racism In America: To be Continued…” Abby Ferber
An Intersectional Queer Liberation Movement for “Trickle-Up” Social Justice” Joseph Nicholas DeFilippis
France Twine, Lauren Alfrey
“Becoming a Geek Girl”
Joseph DeFilippis
“An Intersectional Queer Liberation Movement for ‘Trickle-Up’ Social Justice”
Abby Ferber
“Racism In America: To be Continued….”


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ISBN: 9781506350219