This work offers an exciting new approach to introductory sociology. It encourages students to examine themselves as individuals before embarking on the study of community, nation, and the global proceses which have made Australian society. This innovative, lively, and engaging text will introduce new students to a variety of sociological approaches, perspectives, and styles.
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Allan Kellehear is Honorary Visiting Professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at La Trobe University, and Head of Research Development at Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre in Fitzroy, Melbourne. He has taught introductory sociology for ten years in several Australian universities, and is a researcher and writer in the sociology of health and illness, death and dying, and research methodology. His latest book, Experiences Near Death: Beyond Medicine and Religion (1966) is also published by Oxford University Press.
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