3 edition of Introduction to the study of sociology found in the catalog.
Introduction to the study of sociology
J. H. W. Stuckenberg
|Statement||by J. H. W. Stuckenberg.|
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Access Code. A perfect introduction to the subject. The Sociology Book covers a lot of ground explaining several key concepts like inequality, gender and consumerism through the lens of sociologists throughout history. Starting with a main idea such as "glocalization", by Roland Robertson, and placing it in its appropriate context, the idea is further explained by looking at what impact it has for society 4/5.
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