In his new textbook, Joel Best gives readers a complete set of tools for analyzing any social problem.Best helps readers think carefully about how activists, experts, and their opponents frame social problems through the logic that they use, the rhetoric of claims-making, and the ways that access to resources determines who gets their claims heard. In order to help students connect theory to everyday life, the text includes colorful examples and case studies from the real world.
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Joel Best is a professor of sociology and criminal justice at the University of Delaware. His books include Damned Lies and Statistics and Flavor of the Month.
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