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SOC+

SOC+ 4CE

SOC+
Edition
4
Pub Date
2019-01-03
Copyright Year
2020
ISBN10
0176862137
ISBN13
9780176862138
Publisher
Nelson Cengage Adapted
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0
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8.50 in
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Soft Cover
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SOC+ seamlessly interweaves popular culture with theoretical perspectives and current social issues to paint a vivid picture of the sociological enterprise to 21st century learners, one that is sure to engage, inspire, and inform. This ideal introductory sociology resource employs sociological analyses of media, along with hundreds of popular culture examples, to make complex ideas digestible to students who are new to the discipline. Unlike other resources, SOC+ effectively combines impeccable scholarship with popular cultural references to transform the ways students see the interrelationship between their personal life, their local community, and national and global issues at large.
  • Thoroughly revised and updated, including updates to recent data, examples, and pop culture phenomena
  • Thoroughly revised and updated, including updates to recent data, examples, and pop culture phenomena
  • Education and Religion are now separate chapters, giving increased focus and attention to each of these vital topics
  • Education and Religion are now separate chapters, giving increased focus and attention to each of these vital topics
  • New in-text boxes including: Theories in Dispute, Sociology and the Media, Theories at a Glance
  • New in-text boxes including: Theories in Dispute, Sociology and the Media, Theories at a Glance
  • Enhanced coverage of Indigenous People throughout
  • Enhanced coverage of Indigenous People throughout
  • Chapter 1 has been extensively revised and restructured, and now uses the fashion as a running example to illustrate the perspective taken by each sociological theory
  • Chapter 1 has been extensively revised and restructured, and now uses the fashion as a running example to illustrate the perspective taken by each sociological theory
  • Chapter Review Cards now include Theories at a Glance tables, along with multiple-choice questions (with answers)
  • Chapter Review Cards now include Theories at a Glance tables, along with multiple-choice questions (with answers)
  • Chapter 1: Introducing Sociology
  • Chapter 2: Culture
  • Chapter 3: Socialization
  • Chapter 4: From Social Interaction to Social Organizations
  • Chapter 5: Deviance and Crime
  • Chapter 6: Social Stratification: Canadian and Global Perspectives
  • Chapter 7: Race and Ethnicity
  • Chapter 8: Sexualities and Genders
  • Chapter 9: Families
  • Chapter 10: Religion
  • Chapter 11: Education
  • Chapter 12: Health and Medicine
  • Chapter 13: Mass Media and Mass Communication
  • Chapter 14: Technology, the Environment, and Social Movements
SOC+ seamlessly interweaves popular culture with theoretical perspectives and current social issues to paint a vivid picture of the sociological enterprise to 21st century learners, one that is sure to engage, inspire, and inform. This ideal introductory sociology resource employs sociological analyses of media, along with hundreds of popular culture examples, to make complex ideas digestible to students who are new to the discipline. Unlike other resources, SOC+ effectively combines impeccable scholarship with popular cultural references to transform the ways students see the interrelationship between their personal life, their local community, and national and global issues at large.
  • Thoroughly revised and updated, including updates to recent data, examples, and pop culture phenomena
  • Thoroughly revised and updated, including updates to recent data, examples, and pop culture phenomena
  • Education and Religion are now separate chapters, giving increased focus and attention to each of these vital topics
  • Education and Religion are now separate chapters, giving increased focus and attention to each of these vital topics
  • New in-text boxes including: Theories in Dispute, Sociology and the Media, Theories at a Glance
  • New in-text boxes including: Theories in Dispute, Sociology and the Media, Theories at a Glance
  • Enhanced coverage of Indigenous People throughout
  • Enhanced coverage of Indigenous People throughout
  • Chapter 1 has been extensively revised and restructured, and now uses the fashion as a running example to illustrate the perspective taken by each sociological theory
  • Chapter 1 has been extensively revised and restructured, and now uses the fashion as a running example to illustrate the perspective taken by each sociological theory
  • Chapter Review Cards now include Theories at a Glance tables, along with multiple-choice questions (with answers)
  • Chapter Review Cards now include Theories at a Glance tables, along with multiple-choice questions (with answers)
  • Chapter 1: Introducing Sociology
  • Chapter 2: Culture
  • Chapter 3: Socialization
  • Chapter 4: From Social Interaction to Social Organizations
  • Chapter 5: Deviance and Crime
  • Chapter 6: Social Stratification: Canadian and Global Perspectives
  • Chapter 7: Race and Ethnicity
  • Chapter 8: Sexualities and Genders
  • Chapter 9: Families
  • Chapter 10: Religion
  • Chapter 11: Education
  • Chapter 12: Health and Medicine
  • Chapter 13: Mass Media and Mass Communication
  • Chapter 14: Technology, the Environment, and Social Movements
SOC+ seamlessly interweaves popular culture with theoretical perspectives and current social issues to paint a vivid picture of the sociological enterprise to 21st century learners, one that is sure to engage, inspire, and inform. This ideal introductory sociology resource employs sociological analyses of media, along with hundreds of popular culture examples, to make complex ideas digestible to students who are new to the discipline. Unlike other resources, SOC+ effectively combines impeccable scholarship with popular cultural references to transform the ways students see the interrelationship between their personal life, their local community, and national and global issues at large.
  • Thoroughly revised and updated, including updates to recent data, examples, and pop culture phenomena
  • Thoroughly revised and updated, including updates to recent data, examples, and pop culture phenomena
  • Education and Religion are now separate chapters, giving increased focus and attention to each of these vital topics
  • Education and Religion are now separate chapters, giving increased focus and attention to each of these vital topics
  • New in-text boxes including: Theories in Dispute, Sociology and the Media, Theories at a Glance
  • New in-text boxes including: Theories in Dispute, Sociology and the Media, Theories at a Glance
  • Enhanced coverage of Indigenous People throughout
  • Enhanced coverage of Indigenous People throughout
  • Chapter 1 has been extensively revised and restructured, and now uses the fashion as a running example to illustrate the perspective taken by each sociological theory
  • Chapter 1 has been extensively revised and restructured, and now uses the fashion as a running example to illustrate the perspective taken by each sociological theory
  • Chapter Review Cards now include Theories at a Glance tables, along with multiple-choice questions (with answers)
  • Chapter Review Cards now include Theories at a Glance tables, along with multiple-choice questions (with answers)
  • Chapter 1: Introducing Sociology
  • Chapter 2: Culture
  • Chapter 3: Socialization
  • Chapter 4: From Social Interaction to Social Organizations
  • Chapter 5: Deviance and Crime
  • Chapter 6: Social Stratification: Canadian and Global Perspectives
  • Chapter 7: Race and Ethnicity
  • Chapter 8: Sexualities and Genders
  • Chapter 9: Families
  • Chapter 10: Religion
  • Chapter 11: Education
  • Chapter 12: Health and Medicine
  • Chapter 13: Mass Media and Mass Communication
  • Chapter 14: Technology, the Environment, and Social Movements
SOC+ seamlessly interweaves popular culture with theoretical perspectives and current social issues to paint a vivid picture of the sociological enterprise to 21st century learners, one that is sure to engage, inspire, and inform. This ideal introductory sociology resource employs sociological analyses of media, along with hundreds of popular culture examples, to make complex ideas digestible to students who are new to the discipline. Unlike other resources, SOC+ effectively combines impeccable scholarship with popular cultural references to transform the ways students see the interrelationship between their personal life, their local community, and national and global issues at large.
  • Thoroughly revised and updated, including updates to recent data, examples, and pop culture phenomena
  • Thoroughly revised and updated, including updates to recent data, examples, and pop culture phenomena
  • Education and Religion are now separate chapters, giving increased focus and attention to each of these vital topics
  • Education and Religion are now separate chapters, giving increased focus and attention to each of these vital topics
  • New in-text boxes including: Theories in Dispute, Sociology and the Media, Theories at a Glance
  • New in-text boxes including: Theories in Dispute, Sociology and the Media, Theories at a Glance
  • Enhanced coverage of Indigenous People throughout
  • Enhanced coverage of Indigenous People throughout
  • Chapter 1 has been extensively revised and restructured, and now uses the fashion as a running example to illustrate the perspective taken by each sociological theory
  • Chapter 1 has been extensively revised and restructured, and now uses the fashion as a running example to illustrate the perspective taken by each sociological theory
  • Chapter Review Cards now include Theories at a Glance tables, along with multiple-choice questions (with answers)
  • Chapter Review Cards now include Theories at a Glance tables, along with multiple-choice questions (with answers)
  • Chapter 1: Introducing Sociology
  • Chapter 2: Culture
  • Chapter 3: Socialization
  • Chapter 4: From Social Interaction to Social Organizations
  • Chapter 5: Deviance and Crime
  • Chapter 6: Social Stratification: Canadian and Global Perspectives
  • Chapter 7: Race and Ethnicity
  • Chapter 8: Sexualities and Genders
  • Chapter 9: Families
  • Chapter 10: Religion
  • Chapter 11: Education
  • Chapter 12: Health and Medicine
  • Chapter 13: Mass Media and Mass Communication
  • Chapter 14: Technology, the Environment, and Social Movements
  • Product Description
  • SOC+ seamlessly interweaves popular culture with theoretical perspectives and current social issues to paint a vivid picture of the sociological enterprise to 21st century learners, one that is sure to engage, inspire, and inform. This ideal introductory sociology resource employs sociological analyses of media, along with hundreds of popular culture examples, to make complex ideas digestible to students who are new to the discipline. Unlike other resources, SOC+ effectively combines impeccable scholarship with popular cultural references to transform the ways students see the interrelationship between their personal life, their local community, and national and global issues at large.
    • Thoroughly revised and updated, including updates to recent data, examples, and pop culture phenomena
    • Thoroughly revised and updated, including updates to recent data, examples, and pop culture phenomena
    • Education and Religion are now separate chapters, giving increased focus and attention to each of these vital topics
    • Education and Religion are now separate chapters, giving increased focus and attention to each of these vital topics
    • New in-text boxes including: Theories in Dispute, Sociology and the Media, Theories at a Glance
    • New in-text boxes including: Theories in Dispute, Sociology and the Media, Theories at a Glance
    • Enhanced coverage of Indigenous People throughout
    • Enhanced coverage of Indigenous People throughout
    • Chapter 1 has been extensively revised and restructured, and now uses the fashion as a running example to illustrate the perspective taken by each sociological theory
    • Chapter 1 has been extensively revised and restructured, and now uses the fashion as a running example to illustrate the perspective taken by each sociological theory
    • Chapter Review Cards now include Theories at a Glance tables, along with multiple-choice questions (with answers)
    • Chapter Review Cards now include Theories at a Glance tables, along with multiple-choice questions (with answers)
    • Chapter 1: Introducing Sociology
    • Chapter 2: Culture
    • Chapter 3: Socialization
    • Chapter 4: From Social Interaction to Social Organizations
    • Chapter 5: Deviance and Crime
    • Chapter 6: Social Stratification: Canadian and Global Perspectives
    • Chapter 7: Race and Ethnicity
    • Chapter 8: Sexualities and Genders
    • Chapter 9: Families
    • Chapter 10: Religion
    • Chapter 11: Education
    • Chapter 12: Health and Medicine
    • Chapter 13: Mass Media and Mass Communication
    • Chapter 14: Technology, the Environment, and Social Movements
  • Features
  • SOC+ seamlessly interweaves popular culture with theoretical perspectives and current social issues to paint a vivid picture of the sociological enterprise to 21st century learners, one that is sure to engage, inspire, and inform. This ideal introductory sociology resource employs sociological analyses of media, along with hundreds of popular culture examples, to make complex ideas digestible to students who are new to the discipline. Unlike other resources, SOC+ effectively combines impeccable scholarship with popular cultural references to transform the ways students see the interrelationship between their personal life, their local community, and national and global issues at large.
    • Thoroughly revised and updated, including updates to recent data, examples, and pop culture phenomena
    • Thoroughly revised and updated, including updates to recent data, examples, and pop culture phenomena
    • Education and Religion are now separate chapters, giving increased focus and attention to each of these vital topics
    • Education and Religion are now separate chapters, giving increased focus and attention to each of these vital topics
    • New in-text boxes including: Theories in Dispute, Sociology and the Media, Theories at a Glance
    • New in-text boxes including: Theories in Dispute, Sociology and the Media, Theories at a Glance
    • Enhanced coverage of Indigenous People throughout
    • Enhanced coverage of Indigenous People throughout
    • Chapter 1 has been extensively revised and restructured, and now uses the fashion as a running example to illustrate the perspective taken by each sociological theory
    • Chapter 1 has been extensively revised and restructured, and now uses the fashion as a running example to illustrate the perspective taken by each sociological theory
    • Chapter Review Cards now include Theories at a Glance tables, along with multiple-choice questions (with answers)
    • Chapter Review Cards now include Theories at a Glance tables, along with multiple-choice questions (with answers)
    • Chapter 1: Introducing Sociology
    • Chapter 2: Culture
    • Chapter 3: Socialization
    • Chapter 4: From Social Interaction to Social Organizations
    • Chapter 5: Deviance and Crime
    • Chapter 6: Social Stratification: Canadian and Global Perspectives
    • Chapter 7: Race and Ethnicity
    • Chapter 8: Sexualities and Genders
    • Chapter 9: Families
    • Chapter 10: Religion
    • Chapter 11: Education
    • Chapter 12: Health and Medicine
    • Chapter 13: Mass Media and Mass Communication
    • Chapter 14: Technology, the Environment, and Social Movements
  • About the Author
  • SOC+ seamlessly interweaves popular culture with theoretical perspectives and current social issues to paint a vivid picture of the sociological enterprise to 21st century learners, one that is sure to engage, inspire, and inform. This ideal introductory sociology resource employs sociological analyses of media, along with hundreds of popular culture examples, to make complex ideas digestible to students who are new to the discipline. Unlike other resources, SOC+ effectively combines impeccable scholarship with popular cultural references to transform the ways students see the interrelationship between their personal life, their local community, and national and global issues at large.
    • Thoroughly revised and updated, including updates to recent data, examples, and pop culture phenomena
    • Thoroughly revised and updated, including updates to recent data, examples, and pop culture phenomena
    • Education and Religion are now separate chapters, giving increased focus and attention to each of these vital topics
    • Education and Religion are now separate chapters, giving increased focus and attention to each of these vital topics
    • New in-text boxes including: Theories in Dispute, Sociology and the Media, Theories at a Glance
    • New in-text boxes including: Theories in Dispute, Sociology and the Media, Theories at a Glance
    • Enhanced coverage of Indigenous People throughout
    • Enhanced coverage of Indigenous People throughout
    • Chapter 1 has been extensively revised and restructured, and now uses the fashion as a running example to illustrate the perspective taken by each sociological theory
    • Chapter 1 has been extensively revised and restructured, and now uses the fashion as a running example to illustrate the perspective taken by each sociological theory
    • Chapter Review Cards now include Theories at a Glance tables, along with multiple-choice questions (with answers)
    • Chapter Review Cards now include Theories at a Glance tables, along with multiple-choice questions (with answers)
    • Chapter 1: Introducing Sociology
    • Chapter 2: Culture
    • Chapter 3: Socialization
    • Chapter 4: From Social Interaction to Social Organizations
    • Chapter 5: Deviance and Crime
    • Chapter 6: Social Stratification: Canadian and Global Perspectives
    • Chapter 7: Race and Ethnicity
    • Chapter 8: Sexualities and Genders
    • Chapter 9: Families
    • Chapter 10: Religion
    • Chapter 11: Education
    • Chapter 12: Health and Medicine
    • Chapter 13: Mass Media and Mass Communication
    • Chapter 14: Technology, the Environment, and Social Movements
  • Table of Contents
  • SOC+ seamlessly interweaves popular culture with theoretical perspectives and current social issues to paint a vivid picture of the sociological enterprise to 21st century learners, one that is sure to engage, inspire, and inform. This ideal introductory sociology resource employs sociological analyses of media, along with hundreds of popular culture examples, to make complex ideas digestible to students who are new to the discipline. Unlike other resources, SOC+ effectively combines impeccable scholarship with popular cultural references to transform the ways students see the interrelationship between their personal life, their local community, and national and global issues at large.
    • Thoroughly revised and updated, including updates to recent data, examples, and pop culture phenomena
    • Thoroughly revised and updated, including updates to recent data, examples, and pop culture phenomena
    • Education and Religion are now separate chapters, giving increased focus and attention to each of these vital topics
    • Education and Religion are now separate chapters, giving increased focus and attention to each of these vital topics
    • New in-text boxes including: Theories in Dispute, Sociology and the Media, Theories at a Glance
    • New in-text boxes including: Theories in Dispute, Sociology and the Media, Theories at a Glance
    • Enhanced coverage of Indigenous People throughout
    • Enhanced coverage of Indigenous People throughout
    • Chapter 1 has been extensively revised and restructured, and now uses the fashion as a running example to illustrate the perspective taken by each sociological theory
    • Chapter 1 has been extensively revised and restructured, and now uses the fashion as a running example to illustrate the perspective taken by each sociological theory
    • Chapter Review Cards now include Theories at a Glance tables, along with multiple-choice questions (with answers)
    • Chapter Review Cards now include Theories at a Glance tables, along with multiple-choice questions (with answers)
    • Chapter 1: Introducing Sociology
    • Chapter 2: Culture
    • Chapter 3: Socialization
    • Chapter 4: From Social Interaction to Social Organizations
    • Chapter 5: Deviance and Crime
    • Chapter 6: Social Stratification: Canadian and Global Perspectives
    • Chapter 7: Race and Ethnicity
    • Chapter 8: Sexualities and Genders
    • Chapter 9: Families
    • Chapter 10: Religion
    • Chapter 11: Education
    • Chapter 12: Health and Medicine
    • Chapter 13: Mass Media and Mass Communication
    • Chapter 14: Technology, the Environment, and Social Movements
 
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