There are not many uni textbooks that can answer specific sociological questions such as;
Why are there pirates in the supermarket?
Sociologic: Analysing Everyday Life and Culture is a contemporary introductory sociology uni textbook for the modern student that will answer this quandary and more.
Anybody who wants to learn about sociological concepts through an examination of a variety of theories and theorists in order to better understand the human condition, should buy one of these textbooks.
Editor James Arvanitakis has assembled a stellar author team, who collectively give students the tools to analyse how society functions, operates and changes… and lay down a challenge to change it for the better.
Students will relish exploring the world of society and culture through the personal narratives, humour, and examples found in this highly relatable uni textbook.
Learn through the voices of real people – student and professional profiles throughout the textbook show real life examples of situations and expose readers to a wealth of voices and perspectives.
Critical reflection questions and discussion questions – encourage students to look at their own lives as they learn so they can see how the theories are relevant.
Rich with extra references and further reading to help readers investigate each subject area to greater depths.
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Author||Arvanitakis, James; Arvanitakis, James|
|Publication Date||14 Dec 2015|