This book features useful examples, frequent applications to real-world living, and cross-cultural perspectives. The author writes with a precision and clarity lacking in many sociology texts and makes the presentation of sociology both informative and interesting. The author's love of the field is apparent on every page of this involving text, and students will appreciate the way that Doob tells the story of sociology by presenting sociology as a set of accounts or narratives about specific sociological issues or events. While doing this, Doob also offers extremely thorough coverage of sociology including strong theory, fundamental concepts, and sociological ideas.
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Part I: The Contribution Of Sociology. 1. Sociology: The Key to Understanding the Social World. 2. Doing Research in Sociology. Part II: The Individual In Society. 3. Culture. 4. Groups and Social Interaction. 5. Socialization. 6. Deviance. Part III: Inequities In Modern Society. 7. Social Stratification. 8. Racial and Ethnic Groups. 9. Gender Stratification. 10. Emerging Minorities. Part IV: The Institutions Of American Society. 11. Family and Alternative Lifestyles. 12. Religion and Education. 13. The Political and Economic Institutions. 14. Science, Medicine, and Health Care. Part V: The Rapidly Changing World. 15. Urbanization, Population Growth, and Environmental Issues. 16. Collective Behavior, Social Movements, and Social Change. Part VI: Research In Sociology. Study Guide/ Glossary / References/ Credits/ Name Index.
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Book Description Harcourt Press, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110155073915
Book Description Harcourt Press, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 6th. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0155073915