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800 Laws in Sociology

Author(s): Mark Bird

Edition: 5

Copyright: 2017

Pages: 274

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800 Laws in Sociology is a concise 2017 book organized into 74 chapters that coincide to the content sequence of most intro sociology textbooks. None of the 800 laws are laws in the legal sense. Instead, these laws can be viewed as factors or principles that clarify 74 common social science topics. The book includes 44 tables and a glossary.

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THEORY AND RESEARCH TOPICS
1. Introduction to laws
2. Research laws
3. Research steps as laws

CULTURE TOPICS             
4. Culture laws
5. Amish cultural laws
6. Hispanic cultural laws
7. Japanese cultural success laws
8. Laws of western civilization

SOCIALIZATION TOPICS
9. Socialization laws
10. Psychosocial development laws
11.Nurturing intervention laws

GROUP TOPICS
12. Laws of lying
13. Laws of bureaucracies
14. Laws of total institutions

DEVIANCE TOPICS
15. FBI Crime laws
16. Warning laws of suicide
17. Homicide laws
18. Laws of child abuse

STRATIFICATION TOPICS 
19. U.S. poverty laws
20. Worker non-laws in 1848
21. Laws of global poverty
22. UN laws to reduce global poverty
23. Laws of elite perpetuation   
24. Wealthfare laws
25. Laws of economic health

GENDER TOPICS
26. Gender socialization laws
27. Teen pregnancy laws
28. Campus sexual assault laws
29. Domestic violence laws
30. Struggling young men laws

ETHNIC AND MINORITY TOPICS
31. Laws of prejudice
32. Authoritarian personality laws
33. Laws of urban riots
34. Laws explaining black crime
35. Laws about “race” myths

POLITICAL TOPICS
36. Laws of democracies
37. Anti-democratic laws
38. Laws of fascism
39. Presidential voting laws
40. Genocide laws
41. Laws of war
42. Laws of nuclear war

MARRIAGE AND FAMILY TOPICS
43. Laws of declining fertility
44. Laws indicating fathers matter
45. Mate selection laws
46. Laws of love
47. Good parenting laws
48. Divorce laws
49. Successful marriage laws
50. Family trend laws
51. U.S. anti-family laws

RELIGIOUS TOPICS
52. Religious affiliation laws
53. Laws of religious trends
54. Early Christianity laws
55. Religious laws of millennials

EDUCATION TOPICS
56. Education inequality laws
57. Education excellence laws
58. Improving education laws
59. Anti-education laws
60. Laws of college benefits

HEALTH TOPICS
61. Leading health indicator laws
62. Health care cost laws
63. Life expectancy laws

DEMOGRAPHIC TOPICS
64. Laws from the 2010 census
65. Population migration laws
66. Urban problem laws

ENVIRONMENTAL TOPICS
67. Laws of $6 .00 gas benefits
68. Global warming laws
69. Water shortage laws
70. Resource tipping point laws

SOCIOLOGY OF THE FUTURE TOPICS
71. Megatrend laws in the U.S.
72. Laws of declining violence
73. Laws of societal collapse
74. Laws of national success
75. Laws of U.S. decline
76. Conclusion to laws

GLOSSARY

PRIMARY REFERENCES

AUTHOR

INDEX

Mark Bird

Mark Bird is a professor at the College of Southern Nevada where he has been a full-time instructor since 2002. Previously, he was a sociologist with the U.S. Department of the Interior. He has major academic interests in the areas of theory, poverty, and water.

He has authored over 30 water-related articles. He has a patent which purports to reduce the cost of seawater desalination by over 80 percent. His has been favorably and publicly recognized by two former Nevada governors. He was once invited to testify on water before a U.S. Senate committee.

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