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Jonathan Morris
Jonathan Morris

Think Social Problems 2013: A Sociological Perspective on Current Issues and Trends


Here is the outline of the article: # Think Social Problems 2013: A Review of John D. Carl's Book - Introduction - What is the book about? - Who is the author? - What are the main themes and objectives of the book? - Chapter 1: The Study of Social Problems - How does the author define social problems? - What are the three main sociological perspectives on social problems? - What are some examples of social problems in today's world? - Chapter 2: Inequality: Poverty and Wealth - How does the author measure poverty and wealth? - What are the causes and consequences of poverty and wealth inequality? - What are some possible solutions to reduce poverty and wealth inequality? - Chapter 3: Race and Immigration - How does the author define race and ethnicity? - What are the sources and effects of racial and ethnic discrimination and prejudice? - What are some challenges and opportunities for immigrants in the US? - Chapter 4: Gender - How does the author define gender and sex? - What are the sources and effects of gender inequality and sexism? - What are some examples of gender roles and stereotypes in society? - Chapter 5: Aging: Social Problems of Growing Old - How does the author define aging and old age? - What are the sources and effects of ageism and elder abuse? - What are some issues and trends related to aging population in the US? - Chapter 6: Media and Technology - How does the author define media and technology? - What are the sources and effects of media influence and bias on social problems? - Chapter 7: Politics and Economy - How does the author define politics and economy? - What are the sources and effects of political and economic power and corruption on social problems? - What are some examples of political and economic systems and policies that affect social problems? - Chapter 8: Problems in Education - How does the author define education and schooling? - What are the sources and effects of educational inequality and achievement gap on social problems? - What are some challenges and opportunities for improving education quality and access in the US? - Chapter 9: Physical and Mental Health Care - How does the author define health and illness? - What are the sources and effects of health disparities and health care access on social problems? - What are some examples of physical and mental health problems and their prevention and treatment in the US? - Chapter 10: Drug and Alcohol Abuse - How does the author define drug and alcohol abuse and addiction? - What are the sources and effects of drug and alcohol abuse on social problems? - What are some examples of drug and alcohol policies and programs that address social problems? - Chapter 11: Sex and Sexuality - How does the author define sex and sexuality? - What are the sources and effects of sexual norms and deviance on social problems? - Chapter 12: Sexual Deviance - How does the author define sexual deviance and crime? - What are the sources and effects of sexual violence and exploitation on social problems? - What are some examples of sexual crimes and their prevention and punishment in the US? - Chapter 13: Crime - How does the author define crime and deviance? - What are the sources and effects of crime and criminal behavior on social problems? - What are some examples of types and trends of crime and their causes and consequences in the US? - Chapter 14: Criminal Justice - How does the author define criminal justice and law enforcement? - What are the sources and effects of criminal justice policies and practices on social problems? - What are some examples of criminal justice issues and reforms that address social problems in the US? - Chapter 15: Social Problems of Marriage and Family - How does the author define marriage and family? - What are the sources and effects of family diversity and change on social problems? - What are some examples of family problems and their solutions in the US? - Chapter 16: Urbanization: Social Problems from the Growth of Cities - How does the author define urbanization and urbanism? - What are the sources and effects of urban growth and decline on social problems? - Chapter 17: Globalization and Inequality - How does the author define globalization and inequality? - What are the sources and effects of global interdependence and stratification on social problems? - What are some examples of global problems and their solutions in the world? - Chapter 18: Population Problems - How does the author define population and demography? - What are the sources and effects of population growth and change on social problems? - What are some examples of population problems and their solutions in the world? - Chapter 19: Environment - How does the author define environment and ecology? - What are the sources and effects of environmental degradation and pollution on social problems? - What are some examples of environmental problems and their solutions in the world? - Chapter 20: War and Terrorism - How does the author define war and terrorism? - What are the sources and effects of war and terrorism on social problems? - What are some examples of war and terrorism problems and their solutions in the world? - Conclusion - Summarize the main points and arguments of the book - Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the book - FAQs - What is the main purpose of the book Think Social Problems 2013? - The main purpose of the book is to introduce the readers to the sociological perspective on social problems and to encourage them to think critically and creatively about the causes, consequences, and solutions of various social problems in the US and the world. - Who is the author of the book Think Social Problems 2013? - The author of the book is John D. Carl, who is an associate professor of sociology at Rose State College in Oklahoma. He has a PhD in sociology from Oklahoma State University and has taught sociology for over 20 years. He is also the author of several other books and articles on sociology and social problems. - How is the book Think Social Problems 2013 organized and structured? - The book is organized into 20 chapters, each covering a different topic or aspect of social problems. Each chapter follows a three-step process that presents the topic, considers the social problems, and urges the readers to uncover solutions. Each chapter also includes a theory infographic that summarizes the three main sociological paradigms on social problems: functionalism, conflict theory, and symbolic interactionism. - What are some of the benefits of reading the book Think Social Problems 2013? - Some of the benefits of reading the book are: - It provides a comprehensive and up-to-date overview of various social problems in the US and the world, using the latest research and data. - It helps the readers to develop their sociological imagination and critical thinking skills by applying the sociological perspective to real-world issues and situations. - It engages the readers with relevant and interesting examples, case studies, activities, and questions that relate to their personal and professional lives. - It offers practical and realistic suggestions for solving or reducing social problems at individual, group, and societal levels. - Where can I find more information or resources on social problems or sociology? - Some of the sources or resources that you can use to find more information or resources on social problems or sociology are: - The ThinkSpot website (www.thinkspot.com), which provides open-access to chapter-by-chapter quizzes, study cards, flashcards, and a professor-written sociology blog. - The MySearchLab website (www.mysearchlab.com), which provides access to online activities and assessments that help you succeed in your sociology course. - The American Sociological Association website (www.asanet.org), which is the professional organization for sociologists in the US and provides information on sociology careers, education, publications, events, and news. - The Social Problems journal (www.socpro.oxfordjournals.org), which is a peer-reviewed academic journal that publishes original research articles on various aspects of social problems.




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