Sociology By Anthony Giddens

The indispensable guide to understanding the world we make and the lives we lead. This thoroughly revised and updated ninth edition remains unrivalled in its vibrant, engaging and authoritative introduction to sociology. The authors provide a commanding overview of the latest global developments and new ideas in this fascinating subject. Classic debates are also given careful coverage, with even the most complex ideas explained in a straightforward way. Written in a fluent, easy to follow style, the book manages to be intellectually rigorous but still very accessible. With a strong focus on interactive pedagogy, it aims to engage and excite readers, helping them to see the enduring value of thinking sociologically. The ninth edition includes: a solid foundation in the basics of sociology: its purpose, methodology and theories; up to the minute overviews of key topics in social life, from gender, personal life and poverty, to globalization, the media and politics; stimulating examples of what sociology has to say about key issues in our contemporary world, such as climate change, growing inequality and rising polarization in societies across the world; a strong focus on global connections and the ways that digital technologies are radically transforming our lives; quality pedagogical features, such as Classic Studies and Global Society boxes, and Thinking Critically reflection points, as well as end of chapter activities inviting readers to engage with popular culture and original research articles to gather sociological insights. The ninth edition sets the standard for introductory sociology in a complex world. It is the ideal teaching text for first year university and college courses, and will help to inspire a new generation of sociologists. Sociology

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This book was delivered very quickly, which is exactly what I needed! I can't wait 4 6 weeks for a textbook to be sent to me! This company was excellent! :) Sociology It's a great start to study and fall in love with the subject! Sociology First the book quotes Ari Hochschild as having discovered that emotional are necessary, when i just have read Mills, who mentioned decades earlier.

Than he critizises Durkheim for saying 'Men is a creation of society than woman who are Natural.'
That ist completly Out of Contest, as Durkheim stated later it was due to man having freedom. Sociology Easy read, comprehensive version of book read in early 90’s. Sociology