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Introduction to Sociology, 10th Edition
by:Henry L. Tischler
The student-friendly textbook Introduction to Sociology has been further enhanced with excellent supplements and updated information. In this edition, author Henry L. Tischler successfully introduces beginners to the scientific discipline of understanding social settings and social interaction. He explains the study of society, social inequality,...
The student-friendly textbook Introduction to Sociology has been further enhanced with excellent supplements and updated information. In this edition, author Henry L. Tischler successfully introduces beginners to the scientific discipline of understanding social settings and social interaction. He explains the study of society, social inequality, institutions, and social change and social issues while providing relatable examples. Introduction to Sociology (ISBN 9780495804406) covers fundamental sociological research methods, plus in-depth discussions of culture, socialization and development, society and social interaction, and social groups and organization. Deviant behavior and social control, social stratification and social class, global stratification, racial and ethnic minorities, gender stratification, marriage and alternative family lifestyles are also tackled. There are also sections on religion, education, political and economic systems, population and urban society, health and aging, and collective behavior and social change. Students and instructors both favor this textbook for its readability and comprehensiveness. It is an excellent textbook for introductory-level sociology classes, and will be useful even to non-sociology majors. There are helpful tools and practice questions provided in each chapter to help learners prepare for tests. This edition even offers a convenient built-in study guide. Those who want to access more information and related current events can use the online supplement. World-renowned author Henry L. Tischler has been teaching sociology for over 2 decades in Framingham State College. He is also a visiting professor in Tufts University and Montclair State University. His other titles include Debating Points: Crime and Corrections, Debating Points: Race and Ethnic Relations, and Debating Points: Marriage and Family Issues.
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