Living Sociology, Second Edition, provides students with an engaging introduction to sociology as a scientific discipline that produces useable and relevant knowledge. This comprehensive text covers the essential concepts and principles of sociology while affording special attention to diversity issues and intersecting social inequalities. Multicultural, global, and feminist perspectives on social life in the United States and in other societies are integrated throughout the text, helping to broaden students' outlooks. A complementary emphasis on real world application encourages students to see themselves in the course material and to extend their understanding of issues surrounding contemporary social policies. This textbook invites students and instructors alike to share the authors' enthusiasm for the significant role sociology plays in understanding today's world.
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Allyn & Bacon
Renzetti, Claire M. and Curran, Daniel J., "Living Sociology" (2000). CRVAW Faculty Book Gallery. 24.