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A resounding best seller, this series of classic articles written by key sociologists and social thinkers will compliment any introductory sociology book. This reader serves as a foundation where users can read original works that teach the fundamental ideas of sociology. Priced right as a stand-alone and free when bundled with Wadsworth introductory books, this brief reader is a convenient and painless way to bring the "great thinkers" to your users.
Table of Contents
|The Promise of Sociology||p. 1|
|Invitation to Sociology||p. 7|
|Manifesto of the Communist Party||p. 11|
|Body Ritual Among the Nacirema||p. 19|
|Lynch Law in America||p. 24|
|The Self||p. 30|
|The Presentation of Self||p. 38|
|Topic: Social Interaction|
|The Normality of Crime||p. 45|
|Topics: Crime, Deviance, Social Control|
|On Being Sane in Insane Places||p. 48|
|Topic: Deviance, Socialization|
|The Uses of Poverty: The Poor Pay All||p. 57|
|The Souls of Black Folk||p. 63|
|Topic: Race and Ethnicity|
|Women and Economics||p. 68|
|Topic: Gender, Work|
|The Power Elite||p. 80|
|Savage Inequalities||p. 86|
|The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism||p. 93|
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