Society: The BasicsAuthor:
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Edition: 12th Revis
Pub Date: 2012
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The only issue that I had with this book was that at some parts of the text they could have worded the information better, because at times I was left confused.read more
This book is more focused on defining the terms of basic sociology and giving real life examples that the reader can comprehend, while other books over sociology that I've read where more about sociologist experience in fieldwork
This is a bacis sociology 101 text, but I did love learning about how we interact with another unconsciously - such as greetings and goodbyes.read more
Some of the chapters were basically repeating the same things over and over, and my class even skipped several chapters.
The wasn't much of anything I learned of interest in this book because its not my field of study it was a required classread more
I would say all around it was a well written book and helpful for someone knew to this type of class
From this book I learned about many topics of sociology. The topic that most sticks in my mind is the chapters about education and how not everyone in the world has the same opportunities as everyone else.read more
If I could change one thing about this book it would be the way the book is set up. I would like to see more pictures and diagrams that would help the reader learn easier. At times I would read an entire page of just text and be lost. There is a lot of information being packed into this book. Also making the chapters smaller would help with the learning process as well.
It outlined everything I needed to learn in an organized mannerread more
Nothing about this book was not helpful I found the entire thing to be very good
NOTHING i would change nothing about this book, best book i've ever boughtread more
everything it had such valid good information in it.!!!!!! defiantly would reccomend this to any college student
Edition: 12th Revisth
Pub Date: 2012