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ix, 173 p. ; 23 cm.
  • Why the search for human origins stumbled. Sociobiology. The male model. The search for a two-sex model. Enter postmodernism. The cost of excluding biodata
  • From primates to humans. Who are the primates? And who are the primatologists? The problem of ideology. The baboon model. Man the hunter. Woman the gatherer. A model of man the gatherer. Unresolved issues
  • The hominids appear. Natural selection and cultural change. Two-sex trade-offs. One-sex trade-offs. Feeding human juveniles. When did the human family emerge?
  • Human milk. Historical background. Physiology of lactation. Composition of human milk. Discovery of natural fertility. Physiological and social benefits and costs of breastfeeding
  • Subsistence modes and infant diet. The primate fruit diet. Foragers. Hoe societies. Herding societies. Plow societies. Subsistence technology and human health. Parental resources and childcare. The advent of modern sanitation
  • The future of gender inequality. Physiological sex differences. Technology and human behavior. Public opinion. History and social science on warfare. Primitive war. Invention of metallurgy. The intimacy of governance and warfare. Conjoined twins asunder. Combat service and equality? The importance of politics.
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xx, 278 p. ; 24 cm.
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295 p. 24 cm.
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xiv, 226 p. 21 cm.
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298 p.; 24 cm.
  • Macro-Micro Links in Gender Stratification - Joan Huber PART ONE: METATHEORETICAL ISSUES The Microfoundations of Social Structure - Karen S Cook An Exchange Perspective From Exchange to Structure - Michael Hechter The Problem of Identity in Collective Action - Craig Calhoun The Micro-Macro Dilemma in Organizational Research - Paul DiMaggio Implications of Role-System Theory The Truly Disadvantaged - William Julius Wilson a Synopsis Levels in the Logic of Macrohistorical Explanation - Morris Zelditch PART TWO: PERSPECTIVES ON GENDER STRATIFICATION Historical Change and the Ritual Production of Gender - Randall Collins Women and the Wealth and Well-Being of Nations - Rae Lesser Blumberg Macro-Micro Interrelationships Parenthood, Work and Women - Samuel H Preston PART THREE: PERSPECTIVES ON SOCIAL ISSUES Creating Inequality in the Schools - Alan C Kerckhoff A Structural Perspective Labor Markets as Queues - Barbara Reskin A Structural Approach to Changing Occupational Sex Composition The Two Faces of Divorce - Sara S McLanahan Women's and Children's Interests Mountains or Molehills - Timothy M Smeeding Just What's So Bad About Aging Societies Anyway? PART FOUR: DEMOGRAPHIC PERSPECTIVES Multilevel Analysis in the Study of Social Institutions and Demographic Change - Karen Oppenheim Mason Problems in Quantitative Comparative Analysis - William M Mason Ugly Ducklings are to Swans as Ugly Scatter Plots are to ...? Poor People and Poor Place - Marta Tienda Deciphering Neighborhood Effects on Poverty Outcomes Markets, States, Nations, and Bedrooms in Western Europe, 1870-1960 - Susan Cotts Watkins Micro-Micro Theoretical Linkages in Social Demography - Barbara Entwisle a Commentary.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780803941045 20160528
In this volume, twenty leading sociologists consider the dichotomy between micro and macro level analysis in social research. All demonstrate the inescapable connections between the two, and attempt to link them together. This topic is approached from various theoretical perspectives including the interrelationship of large scale and small scale theories, variables and concepts. It is studied more specifically in relation to institutions such as education, work and family, gender and demographic research.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780803941045 20160528
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