SAGE Readings for Introductory Sociology / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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About the Author
Kimberly J. McGann (Ph.D., SUNY-Buffalo) is Associate Professor of Sociology at Nazareth College in Rochester, N.Y., where she regularly teaches introduction to sociology, marriage and families, race and ethnicity, and mass media and popular culture.
Table of ContentsPart I: Thinking SociologicallyThe Sociological Imagination - C. Wright MillsInvitation to Sociology - Peter L. BergerThe Restroom and Equal Opportunity - Harvey MolotchAn Introduction to McDonaldization - George RitzerDammed Lies and Statistics - Joel BestPart II: Culture, Socialization, and InteractionBody Rituals Among the Nacirema - Horace MinerIslands of Meaning - Eviatar ZerubavelThe Presentation of Self in Everday Life - Erving GoffmanAnybody’s Son Will Do - Gwynne DyerPart III: Constructing Deviance and NormalityOn Being Sane in Insane Places - David L. RosenhanThe Rise of Viagra - Meika LoeSituational Ethics and College Student Cheating - Emily E. LaBeff, Robert E. Clark, Valerie J. Haines, and George M. DiekhoffThe Way We Weren’t: The Myth and Reality of the “Traditional” Family - Stephanie CoontzPart IV: GenderDoing Gender - Candace West and Don H. ZimmermanMarked: Women in the Workplace - Deborah TannenThe Boy Code - William PollackPart V: RaceRacial Formations - Michael Omi and Howard WinantHow to Talk Nasty about Blacks without Sounding "Racist" - Eduardo Bonilla-SilvaThe Code of the Streets - Elijah AndersonPart VI: Social ClassThe Uses of Poverty: The Poor Pay All - Herbert J. GansUnequal Childhoods - Annette LareauPreparing for Power: Curriculum and Cultural Power - Peter W. Cookson, Jr. and Caroline Persell