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Experience Sociology 4/e

Experience Sociology 4/e

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Program Details

Part 1: The Sociological Perspective
1: Sociology in a Changing World
2: Understanding the Research Process

Part 2: Sociology’s Core Concepts: Tools for Analysis and Understanding
3: Culture
4: Social Structure
5: Power

Part 3: The Social Self
6: Socialization
7: Interaction, Groups, and Organizations
8: Deviance and Social Control

Part 4: Identity and Inequality
9:   Class and Global Inequality
10: Race and Ethnicity
11: Gender and Sexuality

Part 5: Social Institutions and Social Issues
12: Family and Religion
13: Education and Work
14: Media and Consumption
15: Communities, the Environment, and Health
16: Politics and the Economy
17: Social Change: Globalization,Population and Social Movements