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Test Bank for Sociology in Action: A Canadian Perspective, 2nd Edition, Diane G. Symbaluk, Tami M. Bereska, ISBN-10: 0176532048, ISBN-13: 9780176532048



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Table of Contents
Part One: Practicing Sociology: Your Sociological Toolkit
Chapter 1: Seeing and Acting Through the Lens of Sociology
Chapter 2: Applying Sociological Research Methods

Part Two: Society and Self: The Foundations
Chapter 3: “I Am Canadian”: What Is “Canadian” Culture?
Chapter 4: Socialization: The Self and Social Identity
Chapter 5: Social Inequality in Canadian Society
Chapter 6: Mass Media: Living in the Electronic Age

Part Three: The Micro and Macro of Our Everyday Lives
Chapter 7: Sex, Gender, and Sexualities: Deconstructing Dualisms
Chapter 8: Race and Ethnicity: Defining Ourselves and Others
Chapter 9: Canadian Families: Past, Present, and Future
Chapter 10: Learning What Is “True”: Religion, Science, and Education
Chapter 11: Social Control, Deviance, and Crime
Chapter 12: Health and Illness: Is It “Lifestyle,” or Something More?

Part Four: Our Changing World
Chapter 13: Social Change: Collective Behaviour and Social Movements
Chapter 14: “Going Green”: Environmental Sociology
Chapter 15: Globalization: The Interconnected World