Intended for college and university courses in Social Problems and Social Issues. This text can also be used as a supplement to Intro. Sociology courses.
This text is a highly comparative text that examines several social problems from a North American perspective. This original and practical approach allows students to compare problems in Canada to those in the United States, and to sample theoretical standpoints from both countries. The important issues of race, class, and gender are integrated throughout, and the coverage of material is thoughtful, deep, and strengthened by strong examples and discussion questions.
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