Society: The Basics

Society: The Basics Author(s): John J. Macionis

Difference between 14th and 13th editions
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Key differences between 14th and 13th editions

  • Period between current and previous publications: 2 years (2016 vs 2014).
  • Macionis' Society: The Basics textbook was originally published in 1991.
  • Major additions in the 14th Edition are summarized below:
  • Chapter 1:
    • Recent research on how college attendance relates to social class, ethnicity, and age.
    • Gay marriage in the 2015 U.S. Supreme Court.
  • Chapter 2:
    • New global map demonstrating the rate of foreign-born population around the world.
    • New Global Snapshot shows the use of most widely spoken language in the world as first and second languages.
  • Chapter 3: Osagie Obasogie?s study on how blind people understand race.
  • Chapter 6:
    • Epigenetic theory of homosexuality.
    • Alarmingly high rate of suicide among transgender people.
  • Chapter 7:
    • Analysis of arrest patterns for person crimes (robberies, rape, assaults, domestic violence) and property crimes (burglary, robbery, larceny) by age, gender, racial/ethnic group.
    • Statistically based investigation of the death penalty application.
  • Chapter 8:
    • The latest trends in Wall Street CEOs pay.
    • Up-to-date information about racial disparities in home-ownership, the rates of four-year college degree completion for students from various social classes
    • Current data on rate of homelessness and socio-economic mobility.
  • Chapter 10: Discussion about Mo'ne Davis, a first girl in Little League World Series history to pitch a winning game.
  • Chapter 11:
    • Research demonstrating a long-term increased tolerance to alcohol among college students.
    • Discussion of police acts of violence against African Americans, including the 2014 shooting by police of Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager.
  • Chapter 12: Discussion about income inequality as key problem in the 2016 presidential election.
  • Chapter 14: Discussion about gender differences in prevalence of eating disorders, controversy of euthanasia, the relationship between poverty and lack of medical care.
  • Chapter 15: Discussions about the declining size of the Earth's tropical rain-forests, worldwide urbanization in low-income areas, and changes in water use.
14th Edition of
Society: The Basics
Loose Leaf, 592 pages
ISBN-10: 0134158024
ISBN-13: 9780134158020
Published by: Pearson, January 23, 2016
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Paperback, 592 pages
ISBN-10: 0134206320
ISBN-13: 9780134206325
Published by: Pearson, January 15, 2016
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Paperback, 566 pages
ISBN-10: 0134226992
ISBN-13: 9780134226996
Published by: Pearson, January 25, 2016
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13th Edition of
Society: The Basics
Paperback, 648 pages
ISBN-10: 0205982514
ISBN-13: 9780205982516
Published by: Pearson, January 12, 2014
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12th Edition of
Society: The Basics
Paperback, 552 pages
ISBN-10: 0205898912
ISBN-13: 9780205898916
Published by: Pearson, June 08, 2012
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