You May Ask Yourself: An Introduction to Thinking Like a Sociologist
Dalton Conley's unconventional narrative uses personal anecdotes and current examples to help students understand big ideas. Chapter-opening Paradoxes stimulate sociological thinking. And NEW Practice activities--in text and online--invite readers to "make the familiar strange." Scholarship and examples have been refreshed throughout, especially in a revamped Gender chapter. A wide array of multimedia and assessment tools include award-winning InQuizitive activities for students' pre-lecture prep and NEW online activities for post-lecture practice.
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