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Sociology : exploring the architecture of everyday life

Sociology : exploring the architecture of everyday life

Author: David M Newman
Publisher: Thousand Oaks : SAGE, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 6th edView all editions and formats
This sixth edition of 'Sociology' features new and updated examples and statistical information. It offers new and updated visual essays in the chapters so that they are more closely linked to the text to which they are connected.

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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Newman, David M., 1958-
Thousand Oaks : SAGE, ©2006
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David M Newman
ISBN: 1412928133 9781412928137 1412928141 9781412928144 141292815X 9781412928151
OCLC Number: 61684134
Description: xxix, 618 pages : illustrations, map ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. Taking a new look at a familiar world --
2. Seeing and thinking sociologically --
3. Building reality : the social construction of knowledge --
4. Building order : culture and history --
5. Building identity : socialization --
6. Supporting identity : the presentation of self --
7. Building social relationships : intimacy and families --
8. Constructing difference : social deviance --
9. The structure of society : organizations, social institutions, and globalization --
10. The architecture of stratification : social class and inequality --
11. The architecture of inequality : race and ethnicity --
12. The architecture of inequality : sex and gender --
13. The global dynamics of population : demographic trends --
14. Architects of change : reconstructing society.
Responsibility: David M. Newman.
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The new Sixth Edition of Sociology: Exploring the Architecture of Everyday Life once again invites students into the world of sociological thought. David M. Newman encourages students to think less  Read more...


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