Thoroughly revised and fully updated, An Introduction to Sociology gives concise yet comprehensive coverage of all the topics specified by the GCSE examining boards. The second edition was described by the AQA's Chief Examiner for GCSE Sociology as establishing 'the standard for textbooks at this level' - this new edition builds on the book's existing achievements. New material is found throughout the book, including substantive new sections on gender, identity, citizenship, education, new social movements, poverty and the welfare state, religion, the mass media, work and leisure, and population. The book has been carefully designed to support and extend students' learning. Each chapter begins with a summary of the key issues to be covered, and goes on to highlight important terms, which are then explained in a clear glossary. Summaries at the end of each chapter, a lively range of new activities and discussion points, the use of websites, as well as helpful suggestions for coursework, all add to the book's value as a learning and teaching resource. Student-friendly cartoons, tables, diagrams, and photographs - and the re-designed internal lay-out - also enliven the text, making sociology seem exciting and relevant to students of all interests and abilities. The new edition of this highly successful textbook will prove invaluable to anyone taking an introductory sociology course, especially at GCSE and related levels. Students taking AS and A-level - as well as Access, nursing, and health and social care courses - will also find the book provides an easy and fun introduction to studying sociology.ANY COLOUR YOU LIKE: THE FORD FOCUS A good example of post-Fordist flexible production, which contrasts markedly with Henry Forda#39;s original Model-T Ford of the 1920s, is production of the Ford Focus a Britaina#39;s best-selling car in 2004. ... alloy wheels, and a range of a#39;comforta#39; options, such as airdeflectors, sound systems, sensors, climate control, sunroofs (manual and electric), and sunblinds.
|Title||:||An Introduction to Sociology|
|Publisher||:||Polity - 2005-04-29|