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ISBN-10 0205983421ISBN-13 9780205983421
ISBN-10 0205929931ISBN-13 9780205929931
Author(s): John D. Carl; Marc Bélanger
Publisher: Pearson Education Canada
Copyright year: © 2015 Pages: 336

THINK Currency. THINK Relevancy. THINK Sociology. With an engaging visual design, unique pedagogical features, and integrated Canadian content, THINK Sociology 2ce continues to be an introductory Sociology text your students will actually read. Its journalistic, first-person writing style will engage your students while delivering the core concepts in a way that they can actually understand. Informed with the latest Canadian and international research and the most contemporary examples, THINK Sociology 2ce allows you to bring current events directly into your classroom. Its focus on Sociology in practice--such as understanding the role of the media, social interaction, and the role of socialization and our social institutions--makes content accessible and applicable to today’s students. Students using THINK Sociology can also visit the ThinkSpot, an open-access website providing tools to help them interact with the material and achieve a better grade. Teaching & Learning Experience This program will provide a better teaching and learning experience–for you and your students. Here’s how:

  • Engage Students and Improve Learning with concept maps, study cards from the text, current examples, and other exciting pedagogical tools.

  • Discover Sociology in boxes like Think Sociologically and Go Global, demonstrating how sociology is continuously in play in international communities and at home.

  • Explore Theory and Research with tools like Where To Start Your Research Paper, which provide students with the information they need to jump-start their own research in the field of sociology, and Theory Wheels that visually connect chapter topics to four different theoretical perspectives.

  • Support Instructors–An Instructor’s Resource Manual, PowerPoint presentations, and electronic testbank (MyTest) are just some of the resources available.