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Sociology by Ray Jureidini
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Sociology offers a way of understanding our lives, from individual experience to public affairs. By showing how different parts of society connect, sociology explains how much of our lives are affected by social relationships.
This widely-used textbook introduces the major figures in sociological thought and examines key aspects of society. Through real examples, the authors show how to develop a critical approach to social issues.
This third edition has been thoroughly revised and updated, and includes new chapters on Aboriginal issues and work. The book also covers health, the body, media and popular culture, gender, class and inequality, immigration and ethnicity, sport, religion, and globalisation.
Sociology is an ideal textbook for first year sociology courses and a useful introduction for readers who are seeking to understand sociological thought in health, education, social work, gender studies and other fields.
Allen & Unwin; December 2002
494 pages; ISBN 9781741156874
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Title: Sociology
Author: Ray Jureidini; Marilyn Poole
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