Being Sociological (3rd Edition)

Being Sociological (3rd Edition)
Bruce Curtis, Adrian Franklin, Steve Matthewman, Daniel R Smith, Lucy Mayblin, David Mayeda, Sara Salman, Suzanne Woodward, Kate Huppatz, Mary Holmes
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Paperback
h260 x 193mm - 420pg
26 Nov 2020 UK
Auckland
SOCIOL100
International import eta 7-19 days
9781352011159
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Being Sociological considers the lived experience of sociology, stressing the active nature of social life and highlighting the role that students can play in enacting social change. Fully reworked in this third edition, with five brand new chapter topics and a diverse roster of new contributors, this textbook presents a fresh take on society today. The book encourages readers to examine both enduring challenges and their potential solutions. Dynamic learning features help students unpack key ideas from sociological theory and apply them to today' s problems to cultivate their own sociological imagination. An inspiring read, this textbook will empower students to engage with sociology outside the classroom and embed it in their everyday lives. With new contributors, fresh organisation and a vibrant student-centric focus, this third edition brings Being Sociological fully up to date and reaffirms its place as an invaluable introduction to sociology for students new to the field.
Steve Matthewman is Associate Professor in Sociology at the University of Auckland. He is the former Head of Department of Sociology (2014-2017) and is the Immediate President of the Sociological Association of Aoteroa New Zealand (2014-2019). Bruce Curtis is Head of School of Social Sciences and Professor of Sociology at the University of Waikato and co-editor of New Zealand Sociology. He was President of the Sociological Association of Aoteroa New Zealand from 2005-2008. David Mayeda is Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Auckland.

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