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Introduction To Sociology Preliminary Edition by Sebahattin Ziyanak
Introduction to Sociology provides students with a carefully curated selection of readings that demonstrate how everyday human interactions construct our global social world. The collection offers students an array of unique perspectives on foundational sociological concepts and an engaging look into real-world issues and the global impacts of social life. The text is divided into 13 chapters. The opening chapter provides students with a general introduction to sociology and describes three basic types of sociological traditions. Additional chapters introduce readers to sociological research methods, concepts related to culture, the idea of socialization, and perceptions of deviance and crime. They explore readings on social stratification, race as a social construct, contemporary constructions of gender and sexuality, and the role and function of marriage and family in modern times. Education, politics, globalization, population, and urbanization are discussed within the context of sociology. The book closes with a chapter dedicated to social change and social movements. Written to help students understand how sociological theories can support their understanding of our social world, Introduction to Sociology is an ideal resource for foundational courses in discipline.
Introduction To Sociology Preliminary Edition by Sue Williams
Introduction To Sociology Preliminary Edition by Loreen Wolfer
Introduction To Sociology Preliminary Edition by Timothy D. Levonyan Radloff
Sociology in Practice: Our Prescription for Living provides students with a sociological framework within which to identify and examine how their lives are impacted by cultural and institutional forces. Readers develop the ability to navigate their lives more effectively by better understanding the most prevailing issues of our time. Students are presented with an historical analysis that illustrates how the emergence of sociology--over 175 years ago--is more relevant today than ever before as it helps us identify the root causes of the social and economic crises we face in the 21st century. Students become familiar with the foundations of contemporary sociology and reflect on education and its influence on everything from personal health to America's global future. They consider topics such as the social and economic challenges of the Millennial generation, the social responsibility of thinking sociologically in the 21st century, and the social and emotional challenges facing first-year college students. Sociology in Practice is designed to inspire students to further develop their sociological understanding and gain insight into how the demands and pressures of our social institutions impact the quality of our lives. It is well-suited for introductory courses in sociology.
Introduction To Sociology Preliminary Edition by Dawn Tawwater
Sociology and Your World: How Culture Designs Power and Privilege in Our Daily Lives combines peer reviewed articles and original writing to examine complex topics related to inequality and introduce basic sociological concepts, theories, and terms. The material exposes readers to real-world information related to race, class, and gender and encourages them to focus on how their own lives may be impacted. Divided into three sections, the book opens with discussions of classical and modern sociology and culture. It then addresses the three primary aspects of inequality - privilege, power, and social status. Part three gives students the opportunity to look to the future, consider practical aspects of sociology, and envision how applied sociology can empower the oppressed, particularly through education. Specific topics in the text include social symbols and norms, immigration, poverty, sex trafficking, and homophobia. Sociology and Your World effectively uses advanced, progressive discussions on challenging topics, and makes them suitable for introductory courses. The book is well suited to classes in sociology or social problems.
Introduction To Sociology Preliminary Edition by Christina Rhyder
Introduction To Sociology Preliminary Edition by Lonnie Hannon
Life and Society is a straight-forward, realistic examination of hard-core issues that affects the lives of students today. While thoroughly grounded in traditional principles and concepts, the text effectively addresses current social issues such as income inequality, social stratification, race relations, health disparities, and digital age functioning. The book includes relevant, everyday examples that illustrate complex sociological concepts. It enhances the reader's ability to understand real-world events within the context of social principles. Each chapter ends with a career focus to provide information about specific careers in sociology. Life and Society empowers students by cultivating innovative thinking. It explains the structural forces that influence life in the social world. Importantly, it provides access to knowledge intended to help students become future problem solvers. The book can be used in survey sociology courses and classes on social problems and economic sociology.
Introduction To Social Issues Preliminary Edition by Stephanie Southworth
Introduction To Sociology 2e by Heather Griffiths
Introduction to Sociology 2e adheres to the scope and sequence of a typical, one-semester introductory sociology course. It offers comprehensive coverage of core concepts, foundational scholars, and emerging theories, which are supported by a wealth of engaging learning materials. The textbook presents detailed section reviews with rich questions, discussions that help students apply their knowledge, and features that draw learners into the discipline in meaningful ways. The second edition retains the book's conceptual organization, aligning to most courses, and has been significantly updated to reflect the latest research and provide examples most relevant to today's students. In order to help instructors transition to the revised version, the 2e changes are described within the preface. The images in this textbook are grayscale. Authors include: Heather Griffiths, Nathan Keirns, Eric Strayer, Susan Cody-Rydzewski, Gail Scaramuzzo, Tommy Sadler, Sally Vyain, Jeff Bry, Faye Jones