Encyclopedia of Contemporary American Social Issues [4 volumes]

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Encyclopedia of Contemporary American Social Issues [4 volumes]

Authors : Michael Shally-Jensen
Publisher : ABC-CLIO
Published Date : 2010-12-22
ISBN-13 : 9780313392054
Page : 1707 Pages
Language : en


Descriptions Encyclopedia of Contemporary American Social Issues [4 volumes]

Featuring the work of almost 200 expert contributors, the Encyclopedia of Contemporary American Social Issues comprises four volumes, each devoted to a particular subject area. Volume one covers business and the economy; volume two, criminal justice; volume three, family and society; and volume four, the environment, science, and technology. Coverage within these volumes ranges from biotechnology to identity theft, from racial profiling to corporate governance, from school choice to food safety.

The work brings into focus a broad array of key issues confronting American society today. Approximately 225 in-depth entries lay out the controversies debated in the media, on campuses, in government, in boardrooms, and in homes and neighborhoods across the United States. Critical issues in criminology, medicine, religion, commerce, education, the environment, media, family life, and science are all carefully described and examined in a scholarly yet accessible way. Sidebars, photos, charts, and graphs throughout augment the entries, making them even more compelling and informative.


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