Sociology: A Down-to-Earth Approach, 10/e
|Ch 1: The Sociological Perspective||$4.99|
|Ch 2: Culture||$4.99|
|Ch 3: Socialization||$4.99|
|Ch 4: Social Structure and Social Interaction||$4.99|
|Ch 5: How Sociologists Do Research||$4.99|
|Ch 6: Societies to Social Networks||$4.99|
|Ch 7: Bureaucracy and Formal Organizations||$4.99|
|Ch 8: Deviance and Social Control||$4.99|
|Ch 9: Global Stratification||$4.99|
|Ch 10: Social Class in the United States||$4.99|
|Ch 11: Sex and Gender||$4.99|
|Ch 12: Race and Ethnicity||$4.99|
|Ch 13: The Elderly||$4.99|
|Ch 14: The Economy||$4.99|
|Ch 15: Politics||$4.99|
|Ch 16: Marriage and Family||$4.99|
|Ch 17: Education||$4.99|
|Ch 18: Religion||$4.99|
|Ch 19: Medicine and Health||$4.99|
|Ch 20: Population and Urbanization||$4.99|
|Ch 21: Collective Behavior and Social Movements||$4.99|
|Ch 22: Social Change and the Environment||$4.99|
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Interesting subject matter, informative, well presented and easy to digest.
Too dry and monotone. I realize its a textbook but still.
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Mina Sands is wonderful in how she reads the writers work
No - it has 20+ chapters; however you can listen to one chapter in one setting or while traveling to and from work.
I wish that the chapter number was first, it took me seventeen downloads to find chapter one as they are not marked.
Very nice and organized introduction to sociology. If you are a sociology newbie, "googling" some information while listening to this chapter helps a lot.
When I purchased this book I didn't realize it was essentially a high school textbook... Appropriate for kids who may have only vaguely heard the words "apartheid" or "labor union" but doesn't go into depth on anything really. I was hoping to find something like "everything a graduate student in a related field needs to know about sociology in order to understand the main topics in reasonable depth" but this isn't it
Interesting introduction to sociology. Overall the first chapter is engaging and coherent. The narrator needs a course on how to pronounce the German. Badly. Every single German word is terribly mispronounced, to the point of sounding like a caricature. Otherwise a somewhat insecure sounding, but understandable narration.
Yes, I will listen to this again. The concepts are very interesting.
SInce it's non-fiction, there are not really characters.
Clarity of voice and clear reading, but a little monotone.
No, just very thought provoking.
If you like to examine sociology and how the world and culture work, it's really interesting.
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