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Designed to introduce students to key concepts and methods in sociology and to engage them in critical thinking, Ten Lessons in Introductory Sociology provides a brief and valuable overview to four major questions that guide the discipline:
* Why sociology? * What unites us? * What divides us? * How do societies change?
Deftly balancing breadth and depth, the book makes the study of sociology accessible, relevant, and meaningful. Contextualizing the most important issues, Ten Lessons helps students discover "the sociological imagination" and what it means to be part of an engaged public discourse.
Kenneth A. Gould is Professor and Chair of Sociology at Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, and Professor of Sociology and Earth and Environmental Sciences at the CUNY Graduate Center. He is coauthor, along with Tammy L. Lewis, of Thirty Readings in Introductory Sociology (OUP, 2012).
Tammy L. Lewis is Professor of Sociology at Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, and Professor of Sociology and Earth and Environmental Sciences at the CUNY Graduate Center.
Table of Contents
Part I: Why Sociology?
1. The Sociological Imagination, Kenneth A. Gould and Tammy L. Lewis 2. Theory and Methods,Tammy L. Lewis
Part II: What Unites Us?
3. Socialization and Culture, Stella M. Capek 4. Social Institutions, Naomi Braine
Part III: What Divides Us?
5. Race and Intersectionality, Janine Kay Gwen Chi 6. Class and Intersectionality, Brian Obach 7. Gender and Intersectionality, Nancy A. Naples
Part IV: How do Societies Change?
8. Forces of Social Change, Jason Konefal 9. Global Dynamics, Kenneth A. Gould 10. Public Sociology: The Task and the Promise, Michael Burawoy