2. Bodies and Gender
3. Socialization and the Social Construction of Gender
9. Gender and Race Based Illness: Diseases of the Division of Labor
10. Politics, Prisons, and the
11. Popular Culture, Media, and the Spectacle of Sports
13. Gender and Globalization
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Judy Root Aulette is Professor in the Department of Sociology and the Women's and Gender Studies Program at UNC-Charlotte. She is author of Changing American Families, Third Edition (2010).
Judith Wittner is Professor in the Department of Sociology at Loyola University-Chicago. She
is coeditor, with R. Stephen Warner, of Gatherings In Diaspora: Religious Communities and the New Immigration (1998).
Making Sense in the Social Sciences
- Margot Northey, Lorne Tepperman and Patrizia Albanese
New to this Edition
- A new concluding chapter, "Gender and Globalization," and an expanded Chapter 1.
- A completely rewritten Chapter 4 featuring the most current research on gender and sexuality, particularly the gendered character of heterosexuality and heterosexual relationships.
reconceptualized Chapter 9 exploring illness as a function of a global division of labor by race, ethnicity, gender, and nation.
- More research on gender outside of the United States in every chapter.
- Additional coverage of race, intersectionality, masculinity, and transgender issues.