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Sociology The Core

Author : Michael Hughes
ISBN : 9780077458089
Genre : Social Science
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Discover Sociology Core Concepts

Author : Daina S. Eglitis
ISBN : 9781506347424
Genre : Social Science
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Discover Sociology: Core Concepts explores sociology as a discipline of curious minds, with the theoretical, conceptual, and empirical tools needed to understand, analyze, and even change the world—all in a more streamlined format. It is adapted from Discover Sociology, Third Edition and offers in-depth coverage of 12 high-priority topics that are at the core of almost all introductory sociology courses. Core Concepts maintains its reader-friendly narrative and the hallmark themes of the parent book, including the unequal distribution of power in society (“Inequality Matters”), the sociological imagination (“Private Lives, Public Issues”), and career skills (“What Can I Do With a Sociology Degree?”). A new feature, “Discover and Debate,” shows students how to take effective, evidence-based positions on important social issues, and how to argue in a respectful manner that recognizes the value of different perspectives.

You May Ask Yourself

Author : Dalton Conley
ISBN : 0393674185
Genre : Social Science
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The bestselling "untextbook" gets students thinking like sociologists

Discover Sociology

Author : William J. Chambliss
ISBN : 9781506347400
Genre : Social Science
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Discover Sociology explores sociology as a discipline of curious minds, with the theoretical, conceptual, and empirical tools needed to understand, analyze, and even change the world. Organized around the four main themes of The Sociological Imagination, Power and Inequality, Technological Transformations of Society, and Globalization, every chapter in the book illuminates the social roots of diverse phenomena and institutions

Inside Sociology

Author : Michael Hughes
ISBN : 0073528048
Genre : Social Science
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This text offers the quality scholarship of Hughes and Kroehler's Sociology: The Core in a more condensed, more affordable form. Focusing on the essentials, Inside Sociology covers core sociological concepts in a clear, accessible, ten-chapter presentation. The authors apply the major sociological perspectives throughout the book, helping students develop their understanding of functionalism, conflict theory, and interactionism. Using sociological data, feature boxes, compelling chapter openers, cartoons, photos, and abundant real-world examples, Inside Sociology is designed to engage today's students.

The Meaning Of General Theoretical Sociology

Author : Thomas J. Fararo
ISBN : 0521437954
Genre : Social Science
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This book sets out a generative structuralist conception of general theoretical sociology; its philosophy, its problems, and its methods. The field is defined as a comprehensive research tradition with many intersecting subtraditions that share conceptual components.

The Practical Skeptic Core Concepts In Sociology

Author : Lisa McIntyre
ISBN : 9780077516185
Genre : Social Science
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The Practical Skeptic, a concise introduction to sociology, focuses on core concepts as the central building blocks for understanding sociology. Lisa McIntyre's straightforward, lively style and her emphasis on critical thinking make this an engaging and user-friendly text for students of all levels. Through this conversational narrative, students are able to grasp key sociological concepts and learn the essential lesson that there is much that goes on in the social world that escapes the sociologically untrained eye.

The Sociology Of Law And The Global Transformation Of Democracy

Author : Chris Thornhill
ISBN : 9781107199903
Genre : Law
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Provides a new legal-sociological theory of democracy, reflecting the impact of global law on national political institutions. This title is also available as Open Access.

The Sociology Of Social Problems

Author : Adam Jamrozik
ISBN : 0521599326
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Social problems such as unemployment, poverty and drug addiction are a fact of life in industrialised societies. This book examines the sociology of social problems from interesting and challenging perspectives. It analyses how social problems emerge and are defined as such, who takes responsibility for them, who is threatened by them and how they are managed, solved or ignored. The authors examine and critique existing theories of social problems before developing their own theoretical framework. Their 'theory of residualist conversion of social problems' explains how certain social problems threaten legitimate power structures, so that problems of a social or political nature are transformed into personal problems, and the 'helping professions' are left to intervene. This book will become a key reference on class, inequality and social intervention and an important text for students in sociology and social work courses.

Voices In Sociology

Author : Cynthia T. Cook
ISBN : 1609277538
Genre : Social Science
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"Voices in Sociology" introduces undergraduate students to articles that deal with conventional and non-conventional issues in sociology. Selections in this anthology, some of which have not appeared in previous readers, are each preceded by an introduction to the basic sociological concepts and theories discussed within the article. Students will find the selected articles informative and applicable to real world concerns, while instructors will find that the book offers ample opportunities for class discussion. This book can be used as the sole textbook or as a supplement to one. The brevity and focus of "Voices in Sociology" makes it an ideal and unique addition to any Introduction to Sociology course. The readings in "Voices in Sociology" cover a wide range of topics in sociology, including: History of Sociology; Women's Perspective as a Radical Critique of Sociology; How Sociologists Do Research; Culture; Socialization; Deviant Behavior; Gender Roles; and Social Stratification: Social Class. Cynthia T. Cook earned her Master's Degree in Sociology from the University of Chicago, and her Ph.D. from Texas Woman's University. Currently she is an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice at Florida A & M University, where she teaches medical sociology and population problems. Her area of specialization is medical sociology, demography, Sub-Saharan Africa, and Women s Studies with a concentration on global and domestic health disparities. She is co-editor of "Cultural Proficiency in Addressing Health Disparities, Voices in Sociology: an Introduction to Core Concepts," and the GRIOT (the official newsletter of the Association of Black Sociologists). Dr. Cook has published articles in the "Journal of the National Medical Association, Program Planning and Evaluation, Law and Medicine," and the "Journal of Black Studies." Professor Amitra A. Hodge-Wall, a graduate of Texas Woman's University, is an Associate Professor of Sociology at Buffalo State College. She is an applied sociologist who is often found working alongside community organizations. Most of her energies are spent on addressing issues that impact women, children, and other minority groups. In the classroom she embraces the orientation that encourages and empowers students to be active participants in society. She teaches social statistics, introduction to sociology, internship, social thought, research methods, race and ethnic relations, and women in society. Her research interest includes the examination of stratification in higher education. Dr. Brethauer-Gay is an Assistant Professor at Florida A & M University in Tallahassee, FL. She received her Ph.D. in Sociology at Texas Woman's University in Denton, Texas and her M. A. from the University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida. Her research interests, though varied, tend to focus on the influence of social structures on individuals. Dr. Jessica Smartt Gullion is Assistant Visiting Professor of Sociology at Texas Woman's University, where she specializes in medical and environmental sociology. She has published more than 20 peer-reviewed articles and abstracts on epidemiology, infectious disease, and disaster response. Dr. Gullion teaches courses on the sociology of health and illness and qualitative research methods. Her Introduction to Sociology course takes a global approach to exploring sociological issues."

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