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Current perspectives : readings from infotrac college edition

by Wadsworth Thomson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0495007641, Paperback)

A stepping-stone to complement and expand discussion and research, this unparalleled resource provides topic-specific readings on different issues that correlate with the Introduction to Sociology course. This reader has been carefully designed to include recent InfoTrac articles on each aspect of the core Introduction to Sociology curriculum, covering topic areas such as global stratification, aging, health care, and social movements, among others. The articles have been chosen from periodicals across sociology, and other related disciplines, to provide a wide range of discussion materials. These current readings help expose both students and instructors to the ever-changing sociological world, and provide material for discussions and writing assignments on foundational sociological concepts. Most importantly, the articles will help students begin to understand how sociologists write, think and research.

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