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Sociology

Issues and Debates

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11 June 1999

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11 June 1999

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Written by a star cast of contributors, this introductory undergraduate text provides students with a rich, stimulating and authoritative account of key debates and issues in sociology today. Carefully structured and edited...

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Written by a star cast of contributors, this introductory undergraduate text provides students with a rich, stimulating and authoritative account of key debates and issues in sociology today. Carefully structured and edited to take account of the undergraduate student reader's needs, the essays explore sociological understandings of a range of core topics and critically examines what key issues have emerged for debate from past and current research.

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Follows a clear and easy structure covering core topics in the discipline
States the aims of each chapter for ease of reference

Lists key words and concepts
Contains chapter-by-chapter annotated reading lists and a comprehensive glossary

Sociology: The Individual and Society; S.Taylor
Methodology; RayPawson
From Classical to Modern Social Theory; Alan Swingewood
Power; Barry Hindess & Christine Helliwell
Class and Stratification; Rosemary Crompton
Women, Men and Gender Relations; Mary Maynard
Race and Ethnicity; Robert Miles & Stephen Small
Families, Households and Domestic Life; Stevi Jackson
Education; Robert Burgess & Andrew Parker
Religion; Grace Davie
The Mass Media; Natalie Fenton
Crime and Deviance; David Downes
Health and Illness; Steve Taylor
Work and Organisations; Glenn Morgan
Globalisation; Leslie Sklair.
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DR STEVE TAYLOR is based in the Department of Sociology at the London School of Economics. His publications include Durkheim and the Study of Suicide (Macmillan), Suicide (Addison Wesley Longman) and, with David Field, Sociology of Health and Health Care and Sociological Perspectives of Health, Illness and Health Care (both Blackwell Science).

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DR STEVE TAYLOR is based in the Department of Sociology at the London School of Economics. His publications include Durkheim and the Study of Suicide (Macmillan), Suicide (Addison Wesley Longman) and, with David Field, Sociology of Health and Health Care and Sociological Perspectives of Health, Illness and Health Care (both Blackwell Science).

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