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SOC 2018

SOC 2018

5th Edition
By Jon Witt
ISBN10: 1259702723
ISBN13: 9781259702723
Copyright: 2018
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Table of Contents

1. The Sociological Imagination

2. Sociological Research

3. Culture

4. Socialization

5. Social Structure and Interaction

6. Deviance

7. Families

8. Education and Religion

9. Government and Economy

10. Social Class

11. Global Inequality

12. Gender and Sexuality

13. Race and Ethnicity

14. Population, Health,  and Environment

15. Social Change

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Jon Witt

Jon Witt was born and raised in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. He attended college and graduate school in the Chicago area and received his Ph.D. in Sociology from Loyola University Chicago. Jon has been teaching at Central College in Pella, Iowa, since 1993. Hi first book, The Big Picture: A Sociology Primer (McGraw-Hill), provides an accessible and interesting introduction to what it means to look at the world sociologically. The website at www.soc101.com accompanies SOC and The Big Picture, and is dedicated to providing links to sociological stories, research, ideas, data, and more.

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