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Sociology in Our Times

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ISBN-10: 0534588786

ISBN-13: 9780534588786

Edition: 4th 2003

Authors: Diana Elizabeth Kendall

List price: $154.95
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A social issue or application opens each chapter in this book, and many examples are carried on throughout. It incorporates recent research and diverse theoretical viewpoints including the feminist theory.
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Book details

List price: $154.95
Edition: 4th
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Wadsworth
Publication date: 5/17/2002
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 720
Size: 8.75" wide x 10.75" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 3.740
Language: English

Diana Kendall is Professor of Sociology at Baylor University, where she has been recognized as an Outstanding Professor. She has taught a variety of courses, including Introduction to Sociology, Sociological Theory (undergraduate and graduate), Sociology of Medicine, Sociology of Law, and Race, Class, and Gender. Previously, she enjoyed many years of teaching sociology and serving as chair of the Social and Behavioral Science Division at Austin Community College. Dr. Kendall's areas of specialization and primary research interests are sociological theory and the sociology of medicine. Her textbooks include SOCIOLOGY AND OUR TIMES (Cengage Learning, 2015), THE POWER OF GOOD DEEDS: PRIVILEGED…    

Studying Society
The Sociological Perspective
Sociological Research
The Nature of Social Life
Society, Social Structure, and Interaction
Groups and Organizations
Crime and Deviance
Social Differences and Social Inequality
Social Class
Global Stratification
Race and Ethnicity
Sex and Gender
Social Institutions
The Economy and Work
Power, Politics, and Government
Families and Intimate Relationships
Health, Health Care, and Disability
Social Dynamics and Social Change
Population and Urbanization
Collective Behaviour