Engaging ideas, transforming minds
Engaging ideas, transforming minds

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229 pages
6 x 9 inches
September 2002
Print ISBN: 9781551302133


Overview

Envisioned as a companion volume to sociology texts, this general sociology reader will serve as a complement to undergraduate course materials. Some articles are empirical studies, while others are commentaries and/or theoretical applications.

Specifically designed for use in Introduction to Sociology courses, this reader is also suitable for university courses such as Social Problems, Deviance, and Introduction to Criminal Justice.


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Gary O'Bireck

Gary O’Bireck teaches sociology at Elmira College, New York.


Sheila O'Bireck

Sheila O’Bireck is a high school teacher in Elmira, New York.


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