Social Problems in a Free Society

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  • Author : Myles J. Kelleher
  • Publisher : University Press of America
  • Pages : 332 pages
  • ISBN : 9780761829249
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Social Problems in a Free Society

Social Problems in a Free Society
  • Author : Myles J. Kelleher
  • Publisher : University Press of America
  • Release : 25 September 2022
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The future of the sociologist's profession is jeopardized by an ongoing trend toward the politicization of sociology and the radicalization of social problems. This book calls for the rethinking of the culture of social, political, and economic liberty to create a resurgence of a sociological agenda. Social Problems in a Free Society offers an original perspective on social problems such as violations of the principles of individual rights and the free market. This book is a vision for reinvigorating the

Social Problems

Social Problems
  • Author : Donileen R. Loseke,Joel Best
  • Publisher : Transaction Publishers
  • Release : 25 September 2022
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This collection of focused essays is directed at several levels of students of social problems. It is accessible to the uninitiated, who are not familiar with the constructionist literature, and aimed at those who are not particularly interested in subtle theoretical and empirical issues of concern to academics studying social problems from constructionist perspectives. Some readings focus on the construction of problems by scientists and other professionals; others examine the work of social activists, mass media, and social service personnel.

Contemporary Readings in Social Problems

Contemporary Readings in Social Problems
  • Author : Anna Leon-Guerrero,Kristine Zentgraf
  • Publisher : Pine Forge Press
  • Release : 21 November 2008
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This reader was developed to be used in several courses taught in sociology; it can be used in an introductory social problems course as well as a theory or special topics course. It can also be used in an introduction to sociology course where social problems are stressed as well as in a global issues course. The readings have been selected from numerous, well-respected sociology journals and they have been edited to make them more "user friendly" for the undergraduate

Educational Research the Educationalization of Social Problems

Educational Research  the Educationalization of Social Problems
  • Author : Paul Smeyers
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 14 April 2009
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Pushing ‘social’ responsibilities on schools is a process that has been underway for a long time. This phenomenon has been studied more in Europe than in North America and the U.K. and has been labelled Pädagogisierung. The editors have chosen to use ‘Educationalization’ to identify the overall orientation or trend toward thinking about education as the focal point for addressing or solving larger human problems. The term describes these phenomena as a sub-process of the ‘modernization’ of society,

Social Problems

Social Problems
  • Author : Sara Towe Horsfall
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 30 May 2018
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This book represents a truly innovative and empowering approach to social problems. Instead of focusing solely on a seemingly tireless list of major problems, Sara Towe Horsfall considers how select key issues can be solved and pays particular attention to the advocate groups already on the front lines. Horsfall first provides a robust theoretical foundation to the study of social problems before moving on to the problems themselves, examining each through the lens of specific advocate groups working towards solutions.

Investigating Social Problems

Investigating Social Problems
  • Author : A. Javier Trevino
  • Publisher : SAGE
  • Release : 08 August 2014
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“Given the complexity of the issues, the study of social problems requires, indeed demands, specialized focus by experts.” -A. Javier Treviño Welcome to a new way of Investigating Social Problems. In this groundbreaking new text, general editor A. Javier Treviño, working with a panel of experts, thoroughly examines all aspects of social problems, providing a contemporary and authoritative introduction to the field. Each chapter is written by a specialist on that particular topic. This unique, contributed format ensures

Religion and Social Problems

Religion and Social Problems
  • Author : Titus Hjelm
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 21 January 2011
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Although students and scholars of social problems have often acknowledged the role of religion, no thorough examinations of the relation between the two have emerged. This volume fills this gap by providing a definitive work on the role of religion in assessing, constructing, and solving social problems. Contributors chart the relation between religion and social problems, exploring such case studies as the impact of religion on drugs and alcohol use among Muslims, the rising importance that religion is given in

Social Problems and Inequality

Social Problems and Inequality
  • Author : John C. Alessio
  • Publisher : Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
  • Release : 25 September 2022
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With a central focus on the problem of inequality and the manner in which this is manifested in crime, social class and stratification, this book examines the key theoretical perspectives relevant to the study and solution of social problems, whilst drawing upon rich illustrations and case studies from the US and Europe to offer a thorough examination of the nature, common root causes and social remedies of social problems.

Social Problems in Popular Culture

Social Problems in Popular Culture
  • Author : Maratea, R. J.,Monahan, Brian
  • Publisher : Policy Press
  • Release : 28 September 2016
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This is the first book to make the link between popular culture and social problems. Drawing on historical and topical examples, the authors apply an innovative theoretical framework to examine how facets of popular culture shape how we think about, and respond to, social issues.

Social Problems and Social Justice

Social Problems and Social Justice
  • Author : Neil Thompson
  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Release : 16 September 2017
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Modern society is beset by a vast range of problems – such as poverty, homelessness and terrorism – that cause immense suffering for a significant number of people. These social problems both reflect and contribute to wider inequalities; consequently, in order to develop a true understanding of them, we must consider the social injustices with which they are inextricably linked. In this ground-breaking text, Neil Thompson turns his attention to the range of complex issues relating to social problems and social justice,

Constructing Social Problems

Constructing Social Problems
  • Author : Malcolm Spector
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 05 July 2017
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There is no adequate definition of social problems within sociology, and there is not and never has been a sociology of social problems. That observation is the point of departure of this book. The authors aim to provide such a definition and to prepare the ground for the empirical study of social problems. They are aware that their objective will strike many fellow sociologists as ambitious, perhaps even arrogant. Their work challenges sociologists who have, over a period of fifty

Social Problems and Mental Health

Social Problems and Mental Health
  • Author : Jessica Kuper
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 11 February 2022
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First published in 1987, Social Problems and Mental Health presents a sophisticated response to the whole question of what constitutes a social problem, with nearly fifty entries giving a range of perspectives on the main problem issues of our age. Also included are useful suggestions for further reading. Entries cover areas of concern connected with physical and mental health, poverty, crime and violence, family and social relationships, sexuality and so on. The book provides succinct descriptions of various areas of concern

Social Problems Law and Society

Social Problems  Law  and Society
  • Author : Kathryn A. Stout,Richard A. Dello Buono,William J. Chambliss
  • Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
  • Release : 14 July 2004
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This collection of articles presents a critical, issue-oriented approach to law and society, emphasizing its important relationship to contemporary social problems. By exploring the interstitial area between the sociology of law, social problems and social movements, the initial chapters trace out a theoretical trajectory which points to the need to move beyond traditional and social constructionist approaches. A variety of empirical studies together explore the contradictory dynamics of class as they relate to race and gender in both a national