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Richard T. Schaefer puts his expertise to work to provide college and university students with an effectively organized resource in his textbook entitled Sociology in Modules, ISBN 9780078026775. This text uses a modular delivery to provide instructors with a much-anticipated flexible instructional approach to sociology. Each chapter is divided into 2-4...
Richard T. Schaefer puts his expertise to work to provide college and university students with an effectively organized resource in his textbook entitled Sociology in Modules, ISBN 9780078026775. This text uses a modular delivery to provide instructors with a much-anticipated flexible instructional approach to sociology. Each chapter is divided into 2-4 modules which allows teachers the option to assign the concepts that they want in the order that they see fit. Not only is the modular format beneficial to the teacher but it also better meets the student's needs. The inclusion of a moldable assessment tool guides students to identify what they know and what they don't know while the presentation of material in easier to digest chunks allows students to come to a thorough comprehension of the fundamental principles of sociology. The expert behind Sociology in Modules is that of Richard T. Schaefer. His upbringing in the ethnically and racially transitional neighborhoods of Chicago, led him to an interest in social issues thus pulling him in the direction of sociology. Schaefer began his sociology education at Northwestern University where he received a B.A. in Sociology. He later went on to receive his M.A. and Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Chicago and soon took on the role of professor of sociology, where he has taught introductory sociology for 30 years to students in colleges, adult education programs, nursing programs, and even a maximum-security prison. Schaefer is also a renowned writer authoring several books including the third edition of Sociology: A Brief Introduction, the eighth edition of Racial and Ethnic Groups, and the second edition of Race and Ethnicity in the United States.
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