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eText: 
ISBN-13 9780176652456ISBN-10 0176652450
Print: 
ISBN-10 0176509984ISBN-13 9780176509989
Author(s): Brym
Publisher: Nelson Education
Copyright year: © 2014 Pages: 320
Description

Canada's best-selling introductory sociology reader, Society in Question, Seventh Edition, is a collection of 25 articles that provide balanced coverage of the major topics, approaches, and methods in current sociology. With his signature passion, Bob Brym selects and commissions articles characterized by their clarity, brevity, appeal to today’s undergraduate students, and ability to transform one’s perspective. Society in Question is organized into thematic parts that explore the main areas of sociological inquiry and focuses on a broad spectrum of sociological thought, from sports and masculinity (Dumas’ “Are Sports Becoming Less Masculine?”) and social media (Bookman’s “Social Media: Implications for Social Life”) to social inequality (Myles’ “The Inequality Surge”) and early childhood education (Beach et. al’s “The State of Early Childhood Education and Child Care in 2009”).

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