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Sociology: Exploring the Architecture of Everyday Life , Brief Edition (10 - Old Edition)by David M. Newman
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This text provides students with an accessible introduction to sociology, featuring current examples to help students understand how sociology affects their daily lives. Written in a conversational style, the text covers the individual and society, the construction of self and society, and social structure, institutions, and everyday life. Chapter summaries, key terms, a glossary, and b&w photos are included. A Teaching Resources Guide, available separately, includes exercises and discussion topics, testing materials, and other resources. This brief edition offers a value-priced alternative, and provides flexibility so that instructors can assign other readings. The author teaches sociology at DePauw University. Annotation ©2009 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
This brief edition of David NewmanAEs Sociology: Exploring the Architecture of Everyday Life invites students into the world of sociological thought.aDavid Newmanaencourages students to think less about the next test and more about how sociology applies to their everyday lives by using vivid, current, and engaging examples in describing the framework of society.a This brief version of Newman's eminently readable text has been even further honed to help students understand the link between individual lives and the structure of society.
In this briefer, less expensive edition of his acclaimed sociology text, David M. Newman invites students into the world of sociological thought using a captivating writing style, compelling new examples, and a focus on the sociology of everyday life. This briefer version of Sociology: Exploring the Architecture of Everyday Life is streamlined while still exposing students to the key points of Newman s proven text. In his signature style, Newman shows students the two-way connection between the most private elements of their lives and the cultures, groups, organizations, and social institutions of today s society.
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