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by Carolyn J. Kroehler,Michael Hughes

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Carolyn J. Kroehler,Michael Hughes
Social Sciences
Mcgraw-Hill College; 7th edition (2005)
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Michael Hughes is Professor of Sociology at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech). In 2004-2005, he served as president of the Southern Sociological Society

Michael Hughes is Professor of Sociology at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech). in sociology from Vanderbilt University in 1979 and has taught introductory sociology over the past 34 years. He also regularly teaches courses in minority group relations, deviant behavior, the sociology of mental illness, and data analysis. In 2004-2005, he served as president of the Southern Sociological Society.

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In twelve comprehensive chapters, the author focuses on the essentials with his coverage of the major concepts, theories, institutions and debates. His issues-orientated approach and his "Doing Sociology" boxes help students to think critically and to apply what they've learned. This new edition has been updated with the latest research and examples from recent current events, including the changes in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. It continues to aim for a high standard of clarity of writing, design and pedagogical features - thereby avoiding either being dry and technical or talking down to students.
  • Mr_Mole
Here is what I mainly got in this course. Take an overpriced college book, take a brief synopsis of a past history (not knowing the whole story), say that your book is about race and ethnic groups and then do not talk about one race "Whites" while only mentioning "Whites" as the ones who did all this harm to other ethnic groups. I'm not saying bad things did not happen, bad things are happening all the time.. but this book and Sociology in a whole is a hoax. Yet, enjoy the brainwashing so we can get that DEGREE. I am moving on to a trade, or skill.
  • Mavivasa
This book covers the fundamentals and outlines them at the end of each chapter and has sections that ask questions and makes the reader think. It isn't all boring text either, there are a decent amount of pictures and graphs, some used quite effectively to demonstrate a point. Overall I felt it was non-bias and covered all sides of the topics and explored them in non-conventional ways. As an engineering student I surprised myself and really enjoyed this book.
  • Lahorns Gods
Textbook was everything I needed and more, it had a ton of interesting little stories throughout to keep your interest and was not too confusing like most social science books tend to do to you.
  • Anarius
  • Shadowbourne
Better than expected-great buy
  • MrDog
It is outdated, but it is the book that is required in the course, so it met the need it was intended to meet.
  • Kabandis
Good condition and great price.
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