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Test Bank for Sociological Theory 10th Edition Ritzer

Test Bank for Sociological Theory 10th Edition By George Ritzer, Jeffrey Stepnisky, ISBN: 9781506337715

Table of Contents

Biographical and Autobiographical Sketches
Preface
PART I Classical Sociological Theory
CHAPTER 1 A Historical Sketch of Sociological Theory: The Early Years
Introduction

Social Forces in the Development of Sociological Theory

Intellectual Forces and the Rise of Sociological Theory

The Development of French Sociology

The Development of German Sociology

The Origins of British Sociology

The Key Figure in Early Italian Sociology

Turn-of-the-Century Developments in European Marxism

CHAPTER 2 Karl Marx
Introduction

The Dialectic

Dialectical Method

Human Potential

Alienation

The Structures of Capitalist Society

Materialist Conception of History

Cultural Aspects of Capitalist Society

Marx’s Economics: A Case Study

Communism

Criticisms

Contemporary Applications

CHAPTER 3 Emile Durkheim
Introduction

Social Facts

The Division of Labor in Society

Suicide

The Elementary Forms of Religious Life

Moral Education and Social Reform

Criticisms

Contemporary Applications

CHAPTER 4 Max Weber
Methodology

Substantive Sociology

Criticisms

Contemporary Applications

CHAPTER 5 Georg Simmel
Primary Concerns

Individual Consciousness and Individuality

Social Interaction (“Association”)

Social Structures and Worlds

Objective Culture

Secrecy: A Case Study in Simmel’s Sociology

Criticisms

Contemporary Applications

PART II Modern Sociological Theory: The Major Schools
CHAPTER 6 A Historical Sketch of Sociological Theory: The Later Years
Early American Sociological Theory

Sociological Theory to Midcentury

Sociological Theory from Midcentury

Late-Twentieth-Century Developments in Sociological Theory

Theories of Modernity and Postmodernity

Social Theory in the Twenty-First Century

CHAPTER 7 Structural Functionalism, Systems Theory, and Conflict Theory
Structural Functionalism

Systems Theory

Conflict Theory

CHAPTER 8 Varieties of Neo-Marxian Theory
Economic Determinism

Hegelian Marxism

Critical Theory

Neo-Marxian Economic Sociology

Historically Oriented Marxism

Neo-Marxian Spatial Analysis

Post-Marxist Theory

CHAPTER 9 Symbolic Interactionism
The Major Historical Roots

The Ideas of George Herbert Mead

Symbolic Interactionism: The Basic Principles

The Self and the Work of Erving Goffman

The Sociology of Emotions

Criticisms

The Future of Symbolic Interactionism

CHAPTER 10 Ethnomethodology
Defining Ethnomethodology

The Diversification of Ethnomethodology

Some Early Examples

Conversation Analysis

Studies of Institutions

Criticisms of Traditional Sociology

Stresses and Strains in Ethnomethodology

Synthesis and Integration
CHAPTER 11 Exchange, Network, and Rational Choice Theories
Exchange Theory

Network Theory

Network Exchange Theory

Rational Choice Theory

CHAPTER 12 Contemporary Feminist Theory
Feminism’s Basic Questions

Historical Framing: Feminism, Sociology, and Gender

Varieties of Contemporary Feminist Theory

Feminist Sociological Theorizing
CHAPTER 13 Micro-Macro and Agency-Structure Integration
Micro-Macro Integration

Agency-Structure Integration

Agency-Structure and Micro-Macro Linkages: Fundamental Differences
PART III From Modern to Postmodern Social Theory (and Beyond)
CHAPTER 14 Contemporary Theories of Modernity
Classical Theorists on Modernity

The Juggernaut of Modernity

The Risk Society

The Holocaust and Liquid Modernity

Modernity’s Unfinished Project

Self, Society, and Religion

Informationalism and the Network Society

CHAPTER 15 Theories of Race and Colonialism
Fanon and the Colonial Subject

Postcolonial Theory

Critical Theories of Race and Racism

Racial Formation

A Systematic Theory of Race

Southern Theory and Indigenous Resurgence
CHAPTER 16 Globalization Theory
Major Contemporary Theorists on Globalization

Cultural Theory

Cultural Differentialism

Cultural Convergence

Cultural Hybridization

Economic Theory

Political Theory

Neoliberalism

Other Theories

CHAPTER 17 Structuralism, Poststructuralism, and Postmodern Social Theory
Structuralism

Poststructuralism

Postmodern Social Theory

Criticisms and Post-Postmodern Social Theory

CHAPTER 18 Social Theory in the Twenty-First Century
Queer Theory

Actor-Network Theory, Posthumanism, and Postsociality

Affect Theory

Prosumption Theory

References