Exploring Sociology: The Concise Edition is truly a "students-first" resource. Written with students in mind, Authors Bruce Ravelli and Michelle Webber inspire students to think sociologically and to engage their sociological imaginations to foster an appreciation for how social factors such as income level, gender, and minority status influence who they are and the people they become. Through its distinctive approach to the field, its readability, and its relevance to students’ lives, Exploring Sociology: The Concise Edition helps professors to develop the sociological imagination in their students by encouraging them to see sociology from multiple perspectives.
Table of Contents
1. Sociological Imagination
2. Social Theories
3. Research, Methodology, and Ethics
4. Culture and Socialization
5. Social Inequality
6. Gender and Sexualities
7. Race and Racialization
11. Crime, Law, and Regulation
13. Health Policy, Aging, and Disabilities
14. Work and Political Economy
15. Globalization and Environmental Sociology
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