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eBook Sociology: An Introduction ePub

by Stephen Moore

  • ISBN: 0340643935
  • Category: Anthropology
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Stephen Moore
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Hodder Arnold H&S (October 19, 1995)
  • Pages: 352
  • ePub book: 1700 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1786 kb
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Introduction to Sociology. Sociology is a social science that often involves the use of one or more of the other social sciences to understand social phenomena. Sociology is the study of human society and social behavior. For example, we will study the Hippie counterculture of the 1960s by learning about their history - focusing on the famous Woodstock Festival held in August of 1969.

Everything – and I mean everything – would be lost if the cops saw me. I was sitting at a table by myself in the back of a heavy metal bar I had visited off and on for the past year and a half. About a third of the faces in the crowd were now familiar to me, and I nodded affirmatively to acknowledge the presence of acquaintances. The place was packed, dark, and sweaty. Long-haired leather-clad men and women broke sweat moving feverishly to the deafening wall of sound produced by the live band on stage.

A level sociology textbook study guide. It is an older book but I used this as the topics are also covered in first uni Sociology. Read full description. See details and exclusions. item 2 A Level Study Guide: Sociology by Moore, Stephen Paperback Book The Cheap Fast -A Level Study Guide: Sociology by Moore, Stephen Paperback Book The Cheap Fast. item 3 A Level Study Guide: Sociology, Moore, Stephen, Used; Good Book -A Level Study Guide: Sociology, Moore, Stephen, Used; Good Book. item 4 Sociology by Moore, Stephen-ExLibrary -Sociology by Moore, Stephen-ExLibrary.

This is an introduction to sociology, suitable for students encountering the subject for the first time. Sociology is the study of human beings as individuals and the society we live in. It tackles issues which form the centre of our lives, such as the family, education and employment. Learning more about sociology can help us understand the social forces which constrain us, and empowers us to take control of our own lives. This title covers the theories and methods of sociology and the social divisions, including class, gender, race, age and ability. It also deals with the changing nature of the family, the media and its influence, power and politics, and crime and devience. It addresses the subjects of work, unemployment and leisure, the education system and the welfare state, including poverty and health.