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Part I: SOCIOLOGY AND THE STUDY OF SOCIAL PROBLEMS.
1. Thinking About Social Problems.
Part II: PROBLEMS OF WELL-BEING.
2. Illness and the Health Care Crisis.
3. Alcohol and Other Drugs.
4. Crime and Social Control.
5. Family Problems.
Part III: PROBLEMS OF INEQUALITY.
6. Poverty and Economic Inequality.
7. Work and Unemployment.
8. Problems in Education.
9. Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration.
10. Gender Inequality.
11. Sexual Orientation and the Struggle for Equality.
Part IV: PROBLEMS OF GLOBALIZATION.
12. Population Growth and Urbanization.
13. Environmental Problems.
14. Science and Technology.
15. Conflict, War, and Terrorism.
Glossary.
References.
Credits.
Name Index.