Sociology in Modules (4th Edition)

Download Sociology in Modules (4th Edition) written by Richard T. Schaefer in PDF format. This book is under the category Sociology and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 1259702715; 1259956547; 1260150046/9781259702716/ 9781259956546/ 9781260150049. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.


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Richard T. Schaefer


McGraw Hill; 4th edition




560 pages






1259702715; 1259956547; 1260150046


9781259702716/ 9781259956546/ 9781260150049

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Schaefer’s Sociology in Modules 4th edition (PDF) offers approachable content in a flexible; and well-organized teaching format. This comprehensive program allows all the instructors to choose the content they would like to introduce and present it in a layout that their students can manage. Connect (not included in this sale); the proven online experience; adapts to a college student’s learning needs; enhancing the understanding of topics; and developing their sociological imagination.

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