DISCOUNTED BUNDLE SAVES YOUR STUDENTS MONEY!This book is available bundled with Sociology: Exploring the Architecture of Everyday Life Readings, Seventh Edition (bundle ISBN: 978-1-4129-6151-6) The Seventh Edition of David NewmanAs Sociology: Exploring the Architecture of Everyday Life invites students to delve into the fascinating world of sociological thought. Encouraging students to think more about how sociology applies to their everyday lives, this edition features updated coverage and fresh examples, including revamped micro-macro connections to help students understand the link between individual lives and the structure of society. New to the Seventh Edition Presents new and updated coverage throughout, including new sections on Muslim-Americans, global warming, and sexual orientationFeatures NewmanAs signature compelling writing style with slightly briefer chapters and integrated global content in each for a better fit with todayAs courses Provides a more robust research methods section with innovative discussions of spuriousness in research, reading a research article correctly, and more, plus a new AaDoing Social ResearchAp feature Offers new examples from the myriad U.S. subcultures to engage students with examples that are relevant to their lives Features new and updated Micro-Macro Connections, including technology and erosion of privacy, the global health divide, and more, to help students make the link between their daily lives and the architecture of society Includes fresh examples and updated statistical information throughout the text, along with new exhibits and impactful visual essays Ancillaries InstructorAs Resources on CD-Rom are available to qualified instructors. Contact SAGE at email@example.com or 1.800.818.7243 to request a copy.Student study site Ar COMING SOON - at www.pineforge.com/newman7study Intended AudienceThis core text is designed for students enrolled in Introduction to Sociology and Principles of Sociology courses in departments of sociology.Like an ownera#39;s manual ... Indian, and Bangladeshi respondents agreed that individuals have little control over their fate, suggesting a more fatalistic cultural attitude (cited in Leland, 2004b). ... Some of the most important elements of material culture are technological achievements, which are the ways members of a societyanbsp;...
|Author||:||David M. Newman|
|Publisher||:||Pine Forge Press - 2008-01-09|