Sociology: A Global Perspective
Cengage Learning, 01.01.2012 - 528 Seiten
SOCIOLOGY: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE, Eighth Edition, is a brief introduction to sociology paperback text that uses sociological concepts and theories to analyze the most compelling and significant issues of our day, which happen to be global. Issues covered include the proposed and existing border fences that separate Mexico from the United States, the disparities between the world's richest and poorest countries, the century-long Palestinian-Israeli conflict, McDonaldization, and the planet's dependence on fossil fuels. This approach demonstrates sociology's analytical power for thinking about personal, local, national, but especially global issues and events.
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The Sociological Imagination With Emphasis on the Mobile Phone
Theoretical Perspectives and Methods of Social Research With Emphasis on Mexico
Culture With Emphasis on North and South Korea
Socialization With Emphasis on Israel and the Palestinian Territories
Social Interaction With Emphasis on the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Formal Organizations With Emphasis on McDonalds
Deviance Conformity and Social Control With Emphasis on the Peoples Republic of China
Social Stratification With Emphasis on the Worlds Richest and Poorest
Family With Emphasis on Japan
Education With Emphasis on the European Union
Religion With Emphasis on the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan
Birth Death and Migration With Emphasis on Extreme Cases
Social Change With Emphasis on Greenland
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