Imagining Sociology: An Introduction with Readings (2nd Edition)

Download Imagining Sociology: An Introduction with Readings (2nd Edition) written by Catherine Corrigall-Brown in PDF format. This book is under the category Sociology and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 0199031088; 0199031134/9780199031085/ 9780199031139. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

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book-author

Catherine Corrigall-Brown

publisher

Oxford University Press; 2nd Edition

file-type

PDF

pages

464 pages

language

English

isbn10

0199031088; 0199031134

isbn13

9780199031085/ 9780199031139


Book Description

Imagining Sociology: An Introduction with Readings 2nd Edition (PDF) is an innovative and fresh introduction to the field of sociology that uniquely features carefully curated readings incorporated into every chapter. This fully revised 2nd edition is packed with current examples; lively discussions; and thought-provoking activities that will kindle students’ sociological imaginations.

The only textbook that introduces university students to main sociological concepts through integrated primary source readings. Offering an innovative and fresh take on the discipline; Imagining Sociology 2e is the first introductory sociology ebook of its kind in Canada. The digital textbook introduces college students to the fundamentals of the discipline – from processes of socialization; to core institutions; to social inequality; to social change – but it is unique in that it features carefully curated sociological readings integrated into each chapter.

These classic and contemporary readings illuminate the theories and concepts under discussion; help students learn more about the roots of the discipline and current findings; and give readers a valuable opportunity to see sociology in action. The second edition has been thoroughly revised and includes more Canadian content; new readings; and updated examples from popular culture and recent events. Using an accessible and lively writing style; expert author Catherine Corrigall-Brown also encourages active engagement throughout the textbook; prompting students to reflect critically on ideas and readings while also presenting activities that help readers connect sociological theories and concepts to their everyday lives. Insightful and original; this engaging introduction Imagining Sociology: An Introduction with Readings 2e offers an applied focus that is designed to bring sociology to life – and is sure to spark the student’s sociological imagination!

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