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A lively introduction to the diverse ways of thinking about social life, examining: the scope, history and purpose of sociology ways of understanding 'the social' state of the world we live in today suffering and social inequalities key tools for researching and thinking about 'the social' the impact of new technologies. Encouraging you to think critically about the structures, meanings, histories and cultures found in the rapidly changing world we live in.
Family Studies by
Provides an indispensable and comprehensive account of how families work both internally and in relation to society through the labour market and also through social institutions like education and the law.
The Good Research Guide by
A practical and comprehensive guide for students in education, health studies, business studies and other social sciences, who need to conduct small-scale research projects as part of undergraduate, postgraduate or professional studies.
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