Sociology: Themes And Perspectives

Sociology Themes And Perspectives Sociology Themes and Perspectives has been the bestselling textbook for sociology students for than years and has sold than a million copies worldwide As well as a brand new chapter on Health Medi

  • Title: Sociology: Themes And Perspectives
  • Author: Michael Haralambos
  • ISBN: 9780007154470
  • Page: 424
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sociology Themes and Perspectives has been the bestselling textbook for sociology students for than 20 years and has sold than a million copies worldwide As well as a brand new chapter on Health, Medicine and the Body, the sixth edition has been comprehensively updated to reflect key directions in the subject in the 21st century Contents Introduction SociologSociology Themes and Perspectives has been the bestselling textbook for sociology students for than 20 years and has sold than a million copies worldwide As well as a brand new chapter on Health, Medicine and the Body, the sixth edition has been comprehensively updated to reflect key directions in the subject in the 21st century Contents Introduction Sociological Perspectives 1 Social Stratification 2 Sex and Gender 3 Race, Ethnicity and Nationality 4 Poverty and Social Exclusion 5 Health, Medicine and the Body 6 Crime and Deviance 7 Religion 8 Families and Households 9 Power, Politics and the State 10 Work, Unemployment and Leisure 11 Education 12 Culture and Identity 13 Communication and the Media 14 Methodology 15 Sociological Theory Bibliography Index

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    1. The most definite and standard book for anyone who is passionately interested in studying sociology. If you are thinking where to begin studying sociology, this is the first book you should lay your hands on. You shall fall in love with the discipline, I promise you!



    2. An almost not quite pathetic attempt to describe this subject as a science from Durkheims 'Le Suicide' denoting the 4 genres of self killing through David Matza's 'Delinquency and Drift' (bad excuses therein)and Carol Wotserface's (forgotten surname)study of the Moonies well you might as well get a book/PhD from your years out what!All in all it was just an A level text book and quite droll in parts - I think it equips one with a wide ranging perspective (one of the words in the title)of strange [...]



    3. Our sociology A-level teacher knew we weren't really interested in this or any of the other books he taught from. He always used to refer to it as "the blue book" and had an uncanny knack of being able to select it from the bookshelf behind his desk without looking round. There was a green book as well, can't remember who wrote that.


    4. What makes the society? Who, if there are any, can change the society? These are the questions sociologists trying to answer. This book covers the major topics and theories, illustrating their strengths and weaknesses.


    5. Bagi yg baru mengenal sosiologi, buku ini sangat membantu.Ulasan dan bahasa-nya sederhana,sehingga mudah dimengerti. Bagi yang sedang melakukan penelitian, buku ini membantu mempertajam perspektif kita thdp obyek penelitian :-)


    6. Simply written, dull as dishwater from the man who cornered a lucrative market. If you want to pass your sociology exam you'd better get this. Otherwise read something readable.



    7. The holy bible of Sociology. I still pick it up now and then to reminisce on my studies or simply re-read about some interesting concepts. Dense and dry, but interesting in its own way.




    8. Probably the driest and most repetitive book I've read in a long long time. One simply hopes it helps, as others say to get by exams.



    9. The big fat handbook of Sociology. Not an interesting read but it's supposed to be a textbook and they're rarely page turners. But it will definitely get you through your Sociology A level/ degree.


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