Exploring Social Change

Exploring Social Change : America and the World

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A core text that can be used with a wide variety of supplements for junior/senior and beginning-level graduate courses in Social Change.Ideal for those new to the subject, this compact and flexibly organized introduction to social change explores the "big" issues, but in a way that engages the life experiences of individuals (the "micro-macro" connection). Unlike most texts-which focus on particular types of change at particular levels of analysis and with particular theoretical slants-it shows the connection between many issues, using current data and a balanced discussion of major perspectives, theories, and models.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 390 pages
  • 156.5 x 235.7 x 23.1mm | 607.82g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Pearson
  • United States
  • English
  • 4th edition
  • 0130918385
  • 9780130918383

Table of contents

1. By Way of Introduction. 2. American Social Trends. 3. Change and the Settings of Everyday Life: Population, Families, and Work. 4. Economics, Politics and American Prospect. 5. The Causes and Patterns of Change. 6. Social Theory and Social Change. 7. Social Movements. 8. American Reform Movements and Social Change. 9. Revolutions. 10. Technology, Innovations, and Networks. 11. Creating Change. 12. The Emerging Global System: Development and Globalization. 13. Society, Environment, and Change. 14. World Futures. Epilogue: Living in a Rapidly Changing Society.show more

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