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Test Bank for Discover Sociology, 1st Edition, William J. Chambliss, Daina S. Eglitis, ISBN-10: 1412996201, ISBN-13: 978-1412996204
This is not an original TEXT BOOK (or Solution Manual or original eBook). You are buying Test Bank. A Test Bank is collection of test questions tailored to the contents of an individual text book. Test bank may contain: multiple choice, true/false, fill in the blank, matching, essay/short answer, and free-response questions. Please download sample for your confidential. All orders are safe, secure and confidential.
1. Discovering Sociology
2. Discovering Sociological Research
4. Socialization and Social Interaction
5. Groups, Organization, and Bureaucracies
6. Deviance and Social Control
7. Class and Inequality
8. Race & Ethnicity
9. Gender and Society
10. Families and Society
11. Education and Society
12. Religion and Society
13. The State, Politics, and Power
14. Work, Consumption, and the Economy
15. Health and Medicine
16. War, Terror, and Genocide
17. Population, Urbanization, and the Environment
18. Social Change and Social Movements