One in a series of short books devoted to different countries that offers much-needed cross-cultural and global material to instructors. Used alongside an introductory sociology text or as a supplement in courses on comparative societies, comparative politics, comparative economics, or social stratification, this book brings a rich global perspective into the undergraduate classroom. The opening chapter establishes historical and cultural context, while subsequent chapters focus on the basic institutions, social stratification, social problems and social change. The chapter organization is typical of a standard introductory sociology text making it easy to use in any class.
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Phillip T. Gay is an associate professor of Sociology at San Diego State University. He holds a bachelor?s degree in Russian Language and Literature from Case Western Reserve University, and received his master?s degree and doctorate from Harvard University. He has written articles and monographs on topics related to race and ethnic relations, as well as on topics related to the sociology of mass communications and popular culture.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 72352116
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