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Classic Readings in Sociology (Canadian) - 2nd edition

Classic Readings in Sociology (Canadian) (ISBN10: 053458778X; ISBN13: 9780534587789)
ISBN13: 978-0534587789
ISBN10: 053458778X

This edition has also been released as:
ISBN13: 978-0534587659
ISBN10: 0534587658

Summary: This reader is intended for courses in Introductory Sociology at both two- and four- year schools to be used alone, bundled as a valuable supplement to the core Introduction to Sociology text, or in a collection of smaller books. It is also excellent for the upper division theory course.

A resounding best seller in the first edition, this series of classic articles written by key sociologists will complement any introductory sociology textbook. This reader
serves as a foundation where students can read original works that teach the fundamentals ideas of Sociology. Priced right as a stand-alone and free when bundled with our introductory texts, this brief reader is a convenient and painless way to bring the "great thinkers" to your students.

Features:
  • Inexpensive alternative to a full sized reader, $12.00 stand-alone, and Free when bundled with any Wadsworth Introduction to Sociology texts (Stockard, Andersen & Taylor, Kendall, Stark, Brinkerhoff Essentials, Ferrante and Shepard.)
  • Carefully designed from the suggestions of over 60 top sociologists teaching Introductory Sociology today to include the readings that they consider the most important and valuable for their students to read.
  • Readings arranged to mirror sequential order of most Introductory Sociology texts.
  • Excerpts from timeless, well-known works such as C. Wright Mills', "The Promise of Sociology," Goffman's "Presentation of Self," as well as selections from highly regarded, more contemporary writings such as Kozol's "Savage Inequalities" and Ritzer's "McDonaldization of Society".
  • A full glossary of sociological terms assists students in reading the articles and will especially benefit instructors who choose to use Classic Readings without an accompanying textbook.
  • Web site links are provided to help students and instructors begin to access recent data and information for each article. A notice is provided at the end of each article that informs the reader that links to more information regarding that particular topic in Sociology can be found at the Wadsworth Sociology web site.
  • Links to the Wadsworth Sociology Resource Center, which allows access to great sociology web sites, InfoTrac College Edition, Virtual Tours in Sociology, a career center, Sociology in the News, instructor's resources, and much more. Bundled with texts that include InfoTrac. If an instructor or a student wants to read further on a particular subject, all they need to do is visit our web site and link to Infotrac. Each article ends with an Infotrac icon, search ideas, and an invitation to visit the website.
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Summary: This reader is intended for courses in Introductory Sociology at both two- and four- year schools to be used alone, bundled as a valuable supplement to the core Introduction to Sociology text, or in a collection of smaller books. It is also excellent for the upper division theory course.

A resounding best seller in the first edition, this series of classic articles written by key sociologists will complement any introductory sociology textbook. This reader serves as a foundation where students can read original works that teach the fundamentals ideas of Sociology. Priced right as a stand-alone and free when bundled with our introductory texts, this brief reader is a convenient and painless way to bring the "great thinkers" to your students.

Features:
  • Inexpensive alternative to a full sized reader, $12.00 stand-alone, and Free when bundled with any Wadsworth Introduction to Sociology texts (Stockard, Andersen & Taylor, Kendall, Stark, Brinkerhoff Essentials, Ferrante and Shepard.)
  • Carefully designed from the suggestions of over 60 top sociologists teaching Introductory Sociology today to include the readings that they consider the most important and valuable for their students to read.
  • Readings arranged to mirror sequential order of most Introductory Sociology texts.
  • Excerpts from timeless, well-known works such as C. Wright Mills', "The Promise of Sociology," Goffman's "Presentation of Self," as well as selections from highly regarded, more contemporary writings such as Kozol's "Savage Inequalities" and Ritzer's "McDonaldization of Society".
  • A full glossary of sociological terms assists students in reading the articles and will especially benefit instructors who choose to use Classic Readings without an accompanying textbook.
  • Web site links are provided to help students and instructors begin to access recent data and information for each article. A notice is provided at the end of each article that informs the reader that links to more information regarding that particular topic in Sociology can be found at the Wadsworth Sociology web site.
  • Links to the Wadsworth Sociology Resource Center, which allows access to great sociology web sites, InfoTrac College Edition, Virtual Tours in Sociology, a career center, Sociology in the News, instructor's resources, and much more. Bundled with texts that include InfoTrac. If an instructor or a student wants to read further on a particular subject, all they need to do is visit our web site and link to Infotrac. Each article ends with an Infotrac icon, search ideas, and an invitation to visit the website.
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Edition/Copyright: 2ND 02
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Publisher: Wadsworth, Inc
Year Published: 2002
International: No

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