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Introduction to Sociology
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Introduction to Sociology

Sixth Edition

Other Titles in:
Sociology (General)

August 2023 | 512 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Introduction to Sociology offers a comprehensive guide that connects traditional sociological concepts and contemporary social phenomena, such as globalization, consumer culture, the internet, and "McDonaldization," to students' lives in today's global society. This accessible text encourages learners to apply a sociological perspective and explore how public sociologists address critical modern issues.

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Chapter 1: An Introduction to Sociology in the Global Age
 
Chapter 2: Thinking Sociologically
 
Chapter 3: Researching the Social World
 
Chapter 4: Culture
 
Chapter 5: Socialization and Interaction
 
Chapter 6: Organizations, Societies, and Global Relationships
 
Chapter 7: Deviance and Crime
 
Chapter 8: Social Stratification
 
Chapter 9: Race and Ethnicity
 
Chapter 10: Gender and Sexualities
 
Chapter 11: Families
 
Chapter 12: Education and Religion
 
Chapter 13: Politics and the Economy
 
Chapter 14: The Body, Medicine, Health, and Health Care
 
Chapter 15: Population, Urbanization, and the Environment
 
Chapter 16: Social Change, Social Movements, and Collective Action
 
Glossary
 
References: Chapter-Opening Vignettes
 
References: Comprehensive List

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