Think Sociology

ISBN-10: 0131754599

ISBN-13: 9780131754591

Edition: 2010

Authors: John Carl
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Description: We live in a world of fast-paced change that is being fueled by new technologies, changing personal and social relationships, and changing cultural values and economic conditions. Sociology is a discipline that can help you understand this change. Looking at their world through the sociological perspective enables students to better understand themselves and their place in an evolving and complex world. Designed for todayrsquo;s students, THINK SOCIOLOGY shows you how sociologists think and how to understand the rapidly changing world they live in.

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Book details

List price: $43.99
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Pearson Education, Limited
Publication date: 12/28/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 312
Size: 8.50" wide x 10.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 2.024
Language: English

John Carlrsquo;s interest in sociology grew from his interests and job experiences after college, which included working in hospitals, schools, churches and prisons. John reflects, ldquo;In these many diverse encounters I continued to notice how often the structures of society often did not support the change so desperately sought after by the individual.nbsp; I began to reflect on my sociology courses from my undergraduate work and decided to return to graduate school to study sociology.rdquo; nbsp; Returning to graduate school at the University of Oklahoma, he became passionate about the study of Criminology and Stratification completing his Ph.D. while teaching full time at Rose State College.nbsp; John says, ldquo;I found that every part of my life to this point, fit perfectly with the study of sociology.nbsp; It is a diverse and exciting field that helps a person understand their world.rdquo; nbsp; Today, teaching remains his primary focus. John Carl has excelled in the classroom, winning awards for his teaching and working to build and improve the sociology program at Rose State.nbsp; ldquo;I teach the introductory class every semester because I believe it is the most important course in any department.nbsp; It is where students get the foundation they need for their continued study of sociology.nbsp; In these classes, my goal is simple.nbsp; To teach students to think sociologically so that they can consider any new event in the light of that thought.rdquo;nbsp; nbsp; When asked why he wroteThink Sociology, the answer was simple: ldquo;This book is truly a labor of love for me.nbsp; I wanted to write a book that is filled with examples used in the classroom and written in a language that students can understand without compromising the core concepts of sociology.nbsp;nbsp;nbsp;nbsp; nbsp; John lives in Oklahoma with his family, wife Keven, and daughters Sara and Caroline.nbsp; In his free time, John plays golf, gardens, throws pottery, and plays his guitar.nbsp; He continues to move from the classroom to community by being active in non-profit leadership in his home community and providing training to non-profit boards so they may better achieve their goals.nbsp; John suggests,nbsp;ldquo;It is all part of sociology, not only to understand the world in which we live, but to take that understanding from the classroom and use it to improve the community.rdquo;

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Socialization:The Process of Fitting into Society
Groups and Societies:Understanding our Environment
Social Class in the United States:Stratification in a Modern Society
Global Stratification:Wealth and Poverty in the World
Population and Environmental Impact:How Do Societies Deal with Growing Numbers?
Race and Ethnic Stratification:Is it a Question of Color?
Gender Stratification:The Social Side of Sex
Aging and Health:The Graying of Society
Crime and the Legal System:How Do Societies Respond to Crime and Deviance?
Marriage and Family:How Do Societies Perpetuate Themselves?
Education and Religion:How Do Societies Pass on Information?
Economy and Politics:How Do Societies Support and Govern Themselves?
Social Movements, Collective Behavior, and Social Change:How Do Societies Change?
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