Introduction to Sociology
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Sociology in Modules, 5e Richard Schaefer
Flexible format covers important concepts in a comprehensive way while also allowing instructors to select and organize reading assignments in the best way for their students.Learn More
Experience Sociology, 4e David Croteau and William Hoynes
Contemporary approach to Introduction to sociology using three key concepts: Culture, Structure and Power with a strong focus on race, ethnicity and globalizationLearn More
Connect® for Introduction to Sociology
Connect offers a variety of assignment types to encourage students’ sociological imagination like In Their Shoes, a choose your own adventure style activity that encourages empathy and builds critical thinking and reading skills while students learn to think like a sociologist.
Within Connect, you can also assign and incentivize students to engage with course readings, help students understand core concepts, and free more class time for hands-on activities and real-life application.
Power of Process assignments allow students to develop critical reading and writing skills while developing their sociological imagination. Choose from a bank of readings or upload your own.