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This is a book for anyone who wants to know what sociology is and what sociologists do. In a subject which has changed dramatically over the last twenty years, Sociology: The Basics offers the most up to date guide to the major topics and areas of debate. It covers among other things: sociology and society laws, morality and science social relations power and communication society in the future becoming a sociologist.Clearly written, concise and comprehensive, Sociology: The Basics will be an essential text for anyone thinking of studying the subject.Other titles in the Basics series include:Language: the Basics Pb 0415125413Politics: the Basics Pb 0415102634Philosophy: the Basics Pb 0415124964

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									Sociology
The Basics

Author: Martin Albrow
Table of Contents

Preface Part I - Sociology and Society 1. Sociology's Place in the World 2. Margaret Thatcher's Problem:
Society's Existence 3. Society as the Nation-State 4. Socrates Discovers Society 5. Humanity and
Difference 6. Society or Societies 7. Making Society 8. Culture, Environment and the Nature of Human
Society Part II - Sociology's Scientific Method 9. Exploring the Reality of Society, Laws, Morality and
Science 10. Not a Science of Everything Part III - The Elementary Theory of Society 11. Aids to Thinking
about Society 12. Social Relations 13. Four Types of Social Relations 14. Power Communication 15.
Social Status 16. Groups and Institutions 17. Co-operation 18. Conflict and Trust Part IV - Sociology and
Other Disciplines 19. Specialisation and Reductionism 20. Political Science 21. Sociology and the State
22. Economics 23. Sociology and Work 23. History 24. Sociology and Grand Narrative 25. Psychology
26. Sociology and Identity 27. Environmental Sciences 28. Sociology and the Globe 29. Cultural Studies
and Sociology 30. Women's Studies 31. Sociology and Sex 32. Social Policy and Sociology Part V -
Society in the Future 33. The Ignorance Society 34. The Control Freaks 35. The Open Future 36. The
Origins and Nature of Capitalism 37. The Limits of Capitalism 38. Social Transformation Part VI -
Becoming a Sociologist
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This is a book for anyone who wants to know what sociology is and what sociologists do. In a subject
which has changed dramatically over the last twenty years, Sociology: The Basics offers the most up to
date guide to the major topics and areas of debate. It covers among other things: sociology and society
laws, morality and science social relations power and communication society in the future becoming a
sociologist.Clearly written, concise and comprehensive, Sociology: The Basics will be an essential text
for anyone thinking of studying the subject.Other titles in the Basics series include:Language: the Basics
Pb 0415125413Politics: the Basics Pb 0415102634Philosophy: the Basics Pb 0415124964

								
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