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A01=Eleanor Townsley
A01=Ronald Jacobs
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Living Sociologically: Concepts and Connections: Concise Edition

Students are drawn to topics of urgent sociological concern by a need to understand the forces that shape their world and their desire to make the world better. It can be challenging, however, for students to link sociological concepts with real-world applications. Living Sociologically: Concepts and Connections, Concise Edition helps students make those connections. This brief, engaging and accessible text offers an innovative, class-tested framework for teaching sociology. The paired concepts approach demonstrates the interdependent ways in which social forces work, encourages students to engage with complexity and contradiction, and provides them with critical, analytical thinking tools. The built-in student study guide is a unique adaptive learning program that will enable students to assess their learning and understanding as they move through the course, and provides feedback and an individualized learning path to help students master the material. See more
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A01=Alice OsemanA01=Eleanor TownsleyA01=Ronald JacobsAge Group_UncategorizedAuthor_Alice OsemanAuthor_Eleanor TownsleyAuthor_Ronald Jacobsautomatic-updateCategory1=Non-FictionCategory=JHBCOP=United StatesDelivery_Pre-orderLanguage_EnglishPA=Not yet availablePrice_€50 to €100PS=Activesoftlaunch

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Product Details
  • Dimensions: 191 x 235mm
  • Publication Date: 04 Apr 2022
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press Inc
  • Publication City/Country: United States
  • Language: English
  • ISBN13: 9780197585641

About Alice OsemanEleanor TownsleyRonald Jacobs

Ronald Jacobs (PhD UCLA) is Professor of Sociology at the University at Albany State University of New York. Eleanor Townsley (PhD UCLA) is the Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Sociology and the director of the curriculum to career program Nexus at Mount Holyoke College.

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