|Title||Sociology : Exploring the architecture of everyday life|
|Author||David M. Newman|
|Imprint||Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage, 2012|
|Descript||xxviii, 601p. : ill ; 26 cm|
Taking a new look at a familiar world. -- Seeing and thinking sociologically. -- Building reality: the social construction of knowledge. -- Building order: culture and history. -- Building identity: socialization. -- Supporting identity: the presentation of self. -- Building social relationships: intimacy and families. -- Constructing difference: social deviance. -- The structure of society: organizations, social institutions, and globalization. -- The architecture of stratification: social class and inequality. -- The architecture of inequality: race and ethnicity. -- The architecture of inequality: sex and gender. -- Demographic dynamics: population trends. -- Architects of change: reconstructing society.
|Political Science Library||301 N552S 2012||CHECK SHELVES|
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