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Amazing March 15, 2011
It is an interesting textbook; easily readable and understandable. It really offers a concise and economical format without sacrificing depth of coverage. I purchased this textbook for a sociology class. It was in a perfect condition! It was just as described. No tears, no wear, no high lights! It was brand new! :) It also arrived super fast! Much quicker than I expected it to arrive. Technically it arrived before the expected date!
Sociology : A down-to-Earth Approach, Core Concepts: stars based on 1 user reviews.
Down-to-Earth Approach Adapted from Henslinrs"s best-selling comprehensive text,Core Conceptsprovides in-depth coverage of ten high-priority topics that are the foundation of many introductory sociology courses. This unique paperback offers a concise and economical format without sacrificing depth of coverage. Unlike a "brief" or "essentials" text, the ten chapters that make upCore Conceptsare not edited down from a longer book. Instead, they provide full coverage of those topics that instructors emphasize the most in a one-semester or one-term introductory sociology course. Like Henslinrs"s other texts, it features the author's familiar "down-to-earth" approach and personal writing style that highlight the sociology of everyday life. With wit, personal reflection, and illuminating examples, Henslin shares with readers a passion for sociology unmatched by any other introductory text.