This hands-on, introductory sociology lab manual contains readings, in-class assignments and homework assignments that encourage critical and creative thinking about sociology. It features readings that are timely and authoritative and that focus on issues that are personally relevant to today's society. sociology, social institutions, social inequalities, social deviance, and social movement and change. For anyone interested in the field of sociology.A Lab Manual for the Study of Social Behavior Kelly McGeever, Charles E. Faupel. Individual. Writing. Exercise. Subcultures. Introduction Culture refers to the beliefs, customs, values, and all of those human creations, material and nonmaterial, that society ... For example, motorcycle riders can vary greatly on their level of immersion within the aquot;biker subculture. ... Idea in Use Sarah Thornton uses a sociological perspective in analyzing youth club culture in her 1996 book Club Cultures:anbsp;...
|Title||:||Exercises in Sociology|
|Author||:||Kelly McGeever, Charles E. Faupel|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2007-09-01|