Book: Social Problems: Continuity and Change - Social Sci LibreTextsPublisher: University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing. Yes, each chapter covered relevant concepts, related issues, and a sociological framework to 'digest' the content. Each chapter also included ways to address or improve the social problem highlighted within the chapter, which I found to be better Each chapter also included ways to address or improve the social problem highlighted within the chapter, which I found to be better format than a separate, overarching 'Solutions' chapter. Furthermore, such connections become the building block for higher-level learning and learning retention. A glossary is important for easy reference.
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Even after two decades of intense research, social scientists are still in disagreement over whether the American public is polarized. Starting from the premise that disagreement is multifaceted, this paper attempts to clarify how and which aspects of ideological disagreement have changed over the past few decades. Results show at best mixed evidence of growing polarization. Partisan sorting has increased over time on both symbolic and operational ideology. However, it is mainly the symbolic side on which disagreement across partisan lines is most pronounced.
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This book is available with FlatWorld's Homework System at no additional cost to your students. Learn more. Social Problems: Continuity and Change by Steve Barkan is a realistic but motivating look at the many issues that are facing our society today.
Preface The founders of American sociology a century or more ago in cities like Atlanta and Chicago wanted to reduce social inequality, to improve the lives of people of color, and more generally to find solutions to the most vexing social problems of their times. Javier Trevio, has used the term service sociology to characterize their vision of their new discipline. This book is grounded in this vision by offering a sociological understanding of todays social problems and of possible solutions to these problems. As this books subtitle, Continuity and Change, implies, social problems are persistent, but they have also improved in the past and can be improved in the present and future, provided that our nation has the wisdom and will to address them. It is easy to read a social problems textbook and come away feeling frustrated by the enormity of the many social problems facing us today. This book certainly does not minimize the persistence of social problems, but neither does it overlook the possibilities for change offered by social research and by the activities of everyday citizens working to make a difference. Readers of this book will find many examples of how social problems have been improved and of strategies that hold great potential for solving them today and in the future.