A lively mix of traditional readings, blog posts, and activities to help students connect sociology to their own lives.
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“I’ve been following [the Everyday Sociology Blog] now since the 11th of September 2007 and [am] just overwhelmed when looking back at all the posts (over 250!). The range of subjects taken up and the quality of each of the posts are just amazing! So I just want to take a moment and thank all the contributors to the blog, you’re doing something unique and I think very [valuable] to the field of sociology (i.e., presenting highly readable connections between everyday life and sociology). THANK YOU!”
- Johan Nordgren, undergraduate sociology student Lund University, Sweden
“I really enjoy [the Everyday Sociology Blog]. It discuss[es] current events and real life issues. It helps me to understand the situations that [occur] when I’m watching what’s in the media. Individual’s can learn from the various topics of discussions in regards to situations at home or in their communities .... This is something I can continue to use after graduation.”
- Mishelle Calvert, undergraduate sociology student
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