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UNDERSTANDING SOCIAL PROBLEMS 5CE

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5
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2015-02-12
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2016
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0176675248
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9780176675240
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Nelson Cengage Adapted
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Written from a distinctly Canadian point of view, Understanding Social Problems, Fifth Canadian Edition, examines how the structure and culture of societies contribute to social problems and their consequences. The text includes researched pedagogical features that ensure that readers elevate their thinking about the topic of social problems in Canada and around the globe. This Fifth edition is comprehensive in its coverage, progressing from micro to macro levels of analysis. It focuses first on problems of health care, drug use, and crime--and then broadens to the widening concerns of population, health and welfare, science and technology, large-scale inequality, and environmental problems. Known for its inclusive approach, Understanding Social Problems, Fifth Canadian Edition, explores powerful stories of real-life people struggling with the challenges society and its problems have thrust upon them.
  • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
  • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
  • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
  • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
  • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
  • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
  • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
  • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
  • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
  • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
  • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
  • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
  • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
  • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
  • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
  • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
  • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
  • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
  • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
  • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
  • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
  • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
  • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
  • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
  • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
  • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
  • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
  • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
  • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
  • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
  • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
  • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
  • The order of the 14 chapters reflects a progression from micro to macro levels of analysis, focusing first on problems of health care, drug use, and crime--and then broadening to the widening concerns of population health and welfare, science and technology, large-scale inequality, and environmental problems.
  • The order of the 14 chapters reflects a progression from micro to macro levels of analysis, focusing first on problems of health care, drug use, and crime--and then broadening to the widening concerns of population health and welfare, science and technology, large-scale inequality, and environmental problems.
  • CourseMate provides instructors with all of the reporting tools needed to track student engagement, while students can access an interactive e-book and study tools in a dynamic, online learning environment.
  • CourseMate provides instructors with all of the reporting tools needed to track student engagement, while students can access an interactive e-book and study tools in a dynamic, online learning environment.
  • Chapter 1: Thinking about Social Problems
  • Chapter 2: Illness and Health Care
  • Chapter 3: Alcohol and Other Drugs
  • Chapter 4: Crime and Violence
  • Chapter 5: Family Problems
  • Chapter 6: Youth and Aging
  • Chapter 7: Gender Inequality
  • Chapter 8: Critical Studies in Race and Ethnicity
  • Chapter 9: Sexualities
  • Chapter 10: Poverty: National and International Issues
  • Chapter 11: Work and Unemployment
  • Chapter 12: Problems in Education
  • Chapter 13: Environmental Problems
  • Chapter 14: Armed Conflict in Global Perspective
Written from a distinctly Canadian point of view, Understanding Social Problems, Fifth Canadian Edition, examines how the structure and culture of societies contribute to social problems and their consequences. The text includes researched pedagogical features that ensure that readers elevate their thinking about the topic of social problems in Canada and around the globe. This Fifth edition is comprehensive in its coverage, progressing from micro to macro levels of analysis. It focuses first on problems of health care, drug use, and crime--and then broadens to the widening concerns of population, health and welfare, science and technology, large-scale inequality, and environmental problems. Known for its inclusive approach, Understanding Social Problems, Fifth Canadian Edition, explores powerful stories of real-life people struggling with the challenges society and its problems have thrust upon them.
  • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
  • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
  • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
  • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
  • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
  • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
  • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
  • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
  • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
  • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
  • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
  • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
  • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
  • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
  • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
  • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
  • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
  • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
  • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
  • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
  • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
  • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
  • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
  • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
  • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
  • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
  • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
  • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
  • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
  • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
  • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
  • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
  • The order of the 14 chapters reflects a progression from micro to macro levels of analysis, focusing first on problems of health care, drug use, and crime--and then broadening to the widening concerns of population health and welfare, science and technology, large-scale inequality, and environmental problems.
  • The order of the 14 chapters reflects a progression from micro to macro levels of analysis, focusing first on problems of health care, drug use, and crime--and then broadening to the widening concerns of population health and welfare, science and technology, large-scale inequality, and environmental problems.
  • CourseMate provides instructors with all of the reporting tools needed to track student engagement, while students can access an interactive e-book and study tools in a dynamic, online learning environment.
  • CourseMate provides instructors with all of the reporting tools needed to track student engagement, while students can access an interactive e-book and study tools in a dynamic, online learning environment.
  • Chapter 1: Thinking about Social Problems
  • Chapter 2: Illness and Health Care
  • Chapter 3: Alcohol and Other Drugs
  • Chapter 4: Crime and Violence
  • Chapter 5: Family Problems
  • Chapter 6: Youth and Aging
  • Chapter 7: Gender Inequality
  • Chapter 8: Critical Studies in Race and Ethnicity
  • Chapter 9: Sexualities
  • Chapter 10: Poverty: National and International Issues
  • Chapter 11: Work and Unemployment
  • Chapter 12: Problems in Education
  • Chapter 13: Environmental Problems
  • Chapter 14: Armed Conflict in Global Perspective
Written from a distinctly Canadian point of view, Understanding Social Problems, Fifth Canadian Edition, examines how the structure and culture of societies contribute to social problems and their consequences. The text includes researched pedagogical features that ensure that readers elevate their thinking about the topic of social problems in Canada and around the globe. This Fifth edition is comprehensive in its coverage, progressing from micro to macro levels of analysis. It focuses first on problems of health care, drug use, and crime--and then broadens to the widening concerns of population, health and welfare, science and technology, large-scale inequality, and environmental problems. Known for its inclusive approach, Understanding Social Problems, Fifth Canadian Edition, explores powerful stories of real-life people struggling with the challenges society and its problems have thrust upon them.
  • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
  • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
  • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
  • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
  • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
  • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
  • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
  • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
  • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
  • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
  • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
  • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
  • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
  • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
  • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
  • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
  • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
  • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
  • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
  • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
  • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
  • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
  • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
  • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
  • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
  • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
  • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
  • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
  • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
  • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
  • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
  • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
  • The order of the 14 chapters reflects a progression from micro to macro levels of analysis, focusing first on problems of health care, drug use, and crime--and then broadening to the widening concerns of population health and welfare, science and technology, large-scale inequality, and environmental problems.
  • The order of the 14 chapters reflects a progression from micro to macro levels of analysis, focusing first on problems of health care, drug use, and crime--and then broadening to the widening concerns of population health and welfare, science and technology, large-scale inequality, and environmental problems.
  • CourseMate provides instructors with all of the reporting tools needed to track student engagement, while students can access an interactive e-book and study tools in a dynamic, online learning environment.
  • CourseMate provides instructors with all of the reporting tools needed to track student engagement, while students can access an interactive e-book and study tools in a dynamic, online learning environment.
  • Chapter 1: Thinking about Social Problems
  • Chapter 2: Illness and Health Care
  • Chapter 3: Alcohol and Other Drugs
  • Chapter 4: Crime and Violence
  • Chapter 5: Family Problems
  • Chapter 6: Youth and Aging
  • Chapter 7: Gender Inequality
  • Chapter 8: Critical Studies in Race and Ethnicity
  • Chapter 9: Sexualities
  • Chapter 10: Poverty: National and International Issues
  • Chapter 11: Work and Unemployment
  • Chapter 12: Problems in Education
  • Chapter 13: Environmental Problems
  • Chapter 14: Armed Conflict in Global Perspective
Written from a distinctly Canadian point of view, Understanding Social Problems, Fifth Canadian Edition, examines how the structure and culture of societies contribute to social problems and their consequences. The text includes researched pedagogical features that ensure that readers elevate their thinking about the topic of social problems in Canada and around the globe. This Fifth edition is comprehensive in its coverage, progressing from micro to macro levels of analysis. It focuses first on problems of health care, drug use, and crime--and then broadens to the widening concerns of population, health and welfare, science and technology, large-scale inequality, and environmental problems. Known for its inclusive approach, Understanding Social Problems, Fifth Canadian Edition, explores powerful stories of real-life people struggling with the challenges society and its problems have thrust upon them.
  • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
  • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
  • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
  • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
  • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
  • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
  • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
  • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
  • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
  • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
  • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
  • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
  • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
  • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
  • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
  • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
  • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
  • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
  • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
  • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
  • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
  • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
  • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
  • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
  • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
  • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
  • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
  • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
  • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
  • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
  • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
  • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
  • The order of the 14 chapters reflects a progression from micro to macro levels of analysis, focusing first on problems of health care, drug use, and crime--and then broadening to the widening concerns of population health and welfare, science and technology, large-scale inequality, and environmental problems.
  • The order of the 14 chapters reflects a progression from micro to macro levels of analysis, focusing first on problems of health care, drug use, and crime--and then broadening to the widening concerns of population health and welfare, science and technology, large-scale inequality, and environmental problems.
  • CourseMate provides instructors with all of the reporting tools needed to track student engagement, while students can access an interactive e-book and study tools in a dynamic, online learning environment.
  • CourseMate provides instructors with all of the reporting tools needed to track student engagement, while students can access an interactive e-book and study tools in a dynamic, online learning environment.
  • Chapter 1: Thinking about Social Problems
  • Chapter 2: Illness and Health Care
  • Chapter 3: Alcohol and Other Drugs
  • Chapter 4: Crime and Violence
  • Chapter 5: Family Problems
  • Chapter 6: Youth and Aging
  • Chapter 7: Gender Inequality
  • Chapter 8: Critical Studies in Race and Ethnicity
  • Chapter 9: Sexualities
  • Chapter 10: Poverty: National and International Issues
  • Chapter 11: Work and Unemployment
  • Chapter 12: Problems in Education
  • Chapter 13: Environmental Problems
  • Chapter 14: Armed Conflict in Global Perspective
  • Product Description
  • Written from a distinctly Canadian point of view, Understanding Social Problems, Fifth Canadian Edition, examines how the structure and culture of societies contribute to social problems and their consequences. The text includes researched pedagogical features that ensure that readers elevate their thinking about the topic of social problems in Canada and around the globe. This Fifth edition is comprehensive in its coverage, progressing from micro to macro levels of analysis. It focuses first on problems of health care, drug use, and crime--and then broadens to the widening concerns of population, health and welfare, science and technology, large-scale inequality, and environmental problems. Known for its inclusive approach, Understanding Social Problems, Fifth Canadian Edition, explores powerful stories of real-life people struggling with the challenges society and its problems have thrust upon them.
    • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
    • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
    • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
    • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
    • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
    • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
    • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
    • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
    • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
    • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
    • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
    • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
    • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
    • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
    • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
    • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
    • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
    • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
    • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
    • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
    • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
    • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
    • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
    • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
    • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
    • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
    • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
    • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
    • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
    • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
    • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
    • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
    • The order of the 14 chapters reflects a progression from micro to macro levels of analysis, focusing first on problems of health care, drug use, and crime--and then broadening to the widening concerns of population health and welfare, science and technology, large-scale inequality, and environmental problems.
    • The order of the 14 chapters reflects a progression from micro to macro levels of analysis, focusing first on problems of health care, drug use, and crime--and then broadening to the widening concerns of population health and welfare, science and technology, large-scale inequality, and environmental problems.
    • CourseMate provides instructors with all of the reporting tools needed to track student engagement, while students can access an interactive e-book and study tools in a dynamic, online learning environment.
    • CourseMate provides instructors with all of the reporting tools needed to track student engagement, while students can access an interactive e-book and study tools in a dynamic, online learning environment.
    • Chapter 1: Thinking about Social Problems
    • Chapter 2: Illness and Health Care
    • Chapter 3: Alcohol and Other Drugs
    • Chapter 4: Crime and Violence
    • Chapter 5: Family Problems
    • Chapter 6: Youth and Aging
    • Chapter 7: Gender Inequality
    • Chapter 8: Critical Studies in Race and Ethnicity
    • Chapter 9: Sexualities
    • Chapter 10: Poverty: National and International Issues
    • Chapter 11: Work and Unemployment
    • Chapter 12: Problems in Education
    • Chapter 13: Environmental Problems
    • Chapter 14: Armed Conflict in Global Perspective
  • Features
  • Written from a distinctly Canadian point of view, Understanding Social Problems, Fifth Canadian Edition, examines how the structure and culture of societies contribute to social problems and their consequences. The text includes researched pedagogical features that ensure that readers elevate their thinking about the topic of social problems in Canada and around the globe. This Fifth edition is comprehensive in its coverage, progressing from micro to macro levels of analysis. It focuses first on problems of health care, drug use, and crime--and then broadens to the widening concerns of population, health and welfare, science and technology, large-scale inequality, and environmental problems. Known for its inclusive approach, Understanding Social Problems, Fifth Canadian Edition, explores powerful stories of real-life people struggling with the challenges society and its problems have thrust upon them.
    • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
    • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
    • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
    • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
    • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
    • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
    • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
    • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
    • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
    • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
    • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
    • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
    • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
    • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
    • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
    • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
    • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
    • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
    • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
    • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
    • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
    • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
    • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
    • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
    • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
    • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
    • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
    • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
    • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
    • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
    • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
    • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
    • The order of the 14 chapters reflects a progression from micro to macro levels of analysis, focusing first on problems of health care, drug use, and crime--and then broadening to the widening concerns of population health and welfare, science and technology, large-scale inequality, and environmental problems.
    • The order of the 14 chapters reflects a progression from micro to macro levels of analysis, focusing first on problems of health care, drug use, and crime--and then broadening to the widening concerns of population health and welfare, science and technology, large-scale inequality, and environmental problems.
    • CourseMate provides instructors with all of the reporting tools needed to track student engagement, while students can access an interactive e-book and study tools in a dynamic, online learning environment.
    • CourseMate provides instructors with all of the reporting tools needed to track student engagement, while students can access an interactive e-book and study tools in a dynamic, online learning environment.
    • Chapter 1: Thinking about Social Problems
    • Chapter 2: Illness and Health Care
    • Chapter 3: Alcohol and Other Drugs
    • Chapter 4: Crime and Violence
    • Chapter 5: Family Problems
    • Chapter 6: Youth and Aging
    • Chapter 7: Gender Inequality
    • Chapter 8: Critical Studies in Race and Ethnicity
    • Chapter 9: Sexualities
    • Chapter 10: Poverty: National and International Issues
    • Chapter 11: Work and Unemployment
    • Chapter 12: Problems in Education
    • Chapter 13: Environmental Problems
    • Chapter 14: Armed Conflict in Global Perspective
  • About the Author
  • Written from a distinctly Canadian point of view, Understanding Social Problems, Fifth Canadian Edition, examines how the structure and culture of societies contribute to social problems and their consequences. The text includes researched pedagogical features that ensure that readers elevate their thinking about the topic of social problems in Canada and around the globe. This Fifth edition is comprehensive in its coverage, progressing from micro to macro levels of analysis. It focuses first on problems of health care, drug use, and crime--and then broadens to the widening concerns of population, health and welfare, science and technology, large-scale inequality, and environmental problems. Known for its inclusive approach, Understanding Social Problems, Fifth Canadian Edition, explores powerful stories of real-life people struggling with the challenges society and its problems have thrust upon them.
    • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
    • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
    • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
    • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
    • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
    • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
    • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
    • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
    • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
    • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
    • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
    • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
    • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
    • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
    • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
    • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
    • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
    • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
    • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
    • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
    • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
    • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
    • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
    • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
    • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
    • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
    • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
    • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
    • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
    • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
    • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
    • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
    • The order of the 14 chapters reflects a progression from micro to macro levels of analysis, focusing first on problems of health care, drug use, and crime--and then broadening to the widening concerns of population health and welfare, science and technology, large-scale inequality, and environmental problems.
    • The order of the 14 chapters reflects a progression from micro to macro levels of analysis, focusing first on problems of health care, drug use, and crime--and then broadening to the widening concerns of population health and welfare, science and technology, large-scale inequality, and environmental problems.
    • CourseMate provides instructors with all of the reporting tools needed to track student engagement, while students can access an interactive e-book and study tools in a dynamic, online learning environment.
    • CourseMate provides instructors with all of the reporting tools needed to track student engagement, while students can access an interactive e-book and study tools in a dynamic, online learning environment.
    • Chapter 1: Thinking about Social Problems
    • Chapter 2: Illness and Health Care
    • Chapter 3: Alcohol and Other Drugs
    • Chapter 4: Crime and Violence
    • Chapter 5: Family Problems
    • Chapter 6: Youth and Aging
    • Chapter 7: Gender Inequality
    • Chapter 8: Critical Studies in Race and Ethnicity
    • Chapter 9: Sexualities
    • Chapter 10: Poverty: National and International Issues
    • Chapter 11: Work and Unemployment
    • Chapter 12: Problems in Education
    • Chapter 13: Environmental Problems
    • Chapter 14: Armed Conflict in Global Perspective
  • Table of Contents
  • Written from a distinctly Canadian point of view, Understanding Social Problems, Fifth Canadian Edition, examines how the structure and culture of societies contribute to social problems and their consequences. The text includes researched pedagogical features that ensure that readers elevate their thinking about the topic of social problems in Canada and around the globe. This Fifth edition is comprehensive in its coverage, progressing from micro to macro levels of analysis. It focuses first on problems of health care, drug use, and crime--and then broadens to the widening concerns of population, health and welfare, science and technology, large-scale inequality, and environmental problems. Known for its inclusive approach, Understanding Social Problems, Fifth Canadian Edition, explores powerful stories of real-life people struggling with the challenges society and its problems have thrust upon them.
    • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
    • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
    • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
    • Action-oriented learning outcomes based on the revised Bloom’s taxonomy begin each chapter to help guide readers.
    • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
    • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
    • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
    • ‘What do you already know?’ feature acknowledges the levels of preparation and awareness that students bring to the table, but also allows them an opportunity to reflect on shifts in their thinking resulting from exposure to new information.
    • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
    • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
    • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
    • Each chapter ends with ‘What do you know now?’ – critically-reflective, developmental questions that encourage students to reflect on their achievement of learning outcomes.
    • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
    • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
    • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
    • New sustained discussions of Aboriginal health in Canada and of changes to current health care delivery and management affecting how Canadians access health care.
    • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
    • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
    • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
    • The text’s interior design has been thoroughly updated for this edition, including an engaging four-colour program.
    • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
    • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
    • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
    • The three major sociological approaches—structural-functionalism, symbolic interactionism, and conflict theory—are introduced in the first chapter and discussed and applied, where appropriate, to various social problems throughout the text.
    • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
    • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
    • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
    • The inclusion of global perspectives on social problems will also help students to situate their understandings to contexts broader than the confines of their own local experiences.
    • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
    • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
    • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
    • The text emphasizes how the social structure and culture of society contribute to and maintain social problems, as well as provide the basis for alternative solutions.
    • The order of the 14 chapters reflects a progression from micro to macro levels of analysis, focusing first on problems of health care, drug use, and crime--and then broadening to the widening concerns of population health and welfare, science and technology, large-scale inequality, and environmental problems.
    • The order of the 14 chapters reflects a progression from micro to macro levels of analysis, focusing first on problems of health care, drug use, and crime--and then broadening to the widening concerns of population health and welfare, science and technology, large-scale inequality, and environmental problems.
    • CourseMate provides instructors with all of the reporting tools needed to track student engagement, while students can access an interactive e-book and study tools in a dynamic, online learning environment.
    • CourseMate provides instructors with all of the reporting tools needed to track student engagement, while students can access an interactive e-book and study tools in a dynamic, online learning environment.
    • Chapter 1: Thinking about Social Problems
    • Chapter 2: Illness and Health Care
    • Chapter 3: Alcohol and Other Drugs
    • Chapter 4: Crime and Violence
    • Chapter 5: Family Problems
    • Chapter 6: Youth and Aging
    • Chapter 7: Gender Inequality
    • Chapter 8: Critical Studies in Race and Ethnicity
    • Chapter 9: Sexualities
    • Chapter 10: Poverty: National and International Issues
    • Chapter 11: Work and Unemployment
    • Chapter 12: Problems in Education
    • Chapter 13: Environmental Problems
    • Chapter 14: Armed Conflict in Global Perspective
 
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