Social Problems in a Diverse Society (with Study Guide) (4th Edition)

Product Details

ISBN: 9780205536740

Publish Date: 09/10/2006

Publisher: Allyn & Bacon

Number of pages: 496


Social Problems in a Diverse Society, Second Edition, emphasizes the centrality of race, class, and gender in understanding people's "lived experiences" and the structure of society. People - especially white women and people of color - are shown not as "victims" of social problems but also as bringing about changes in families, schools, and the workplace. All three of the main sociological theories are included throughout and are presented in an inclusive manner. Contemporary feminist and humanist perspectives are integrated throughout as well. Kendall invites readers to analyze how social policies reflect the various interests and values of the parties involved. For anyone interested in sociology and gender.

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