Dream of a Nation can help sociology students make real world connections between major sociological themes and contemporary life in America and the world. Dream of a Nation articles address issues related to: the development and patterning of social inequality, the structure and consequences of institutions and social movements involving work organizations, agencies of economic development, and civil rights, societal cultural values and their consequences for consumption, environmental and economic and, the patterning of crime and the institutionalization of social controls. Use our chapter questions to guide your students’ reading and class discussions.

Poverty icon Ending Poverty & Building Common Wealth (Chapter 8) Discussion Questions for Sociology

Ending Poverty Chapter