The Penguin Dictionary of Sociology

The Penguin Dictionary of Sociology Written for students from school to university level this reference provides not only simple one line definitions but also entries that discuss the issues involved in and alternative approaches to

  • Title: The Penguin Dictionary of Sociology
  • Author: Nicholas Abercrombie Stephen Hill Bryan S. Turner
  • ISBN: 9780140513806
  • Page: 310
  • Format: Paperback
  • Written for students from school to university level, this reference provides not only simple, one line definitions but also entries that discuss the issues involved in, and alternative approaches to, the central concepts, theories and writings of sociology.

    • [AZW] ☆ The Penguin Dictionary of Sociology | By ç Nicholas Abercrombie Stephen Hill Bryan S. Turner
      Nicholas Abercrombie Stephen Hill Bryan S. Turner

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    1. Nicholas Abercrombie Stephen Hill Bryan S. Turner says:

      Nicholas Abercrombie is emeritus fellow of sociology at Lancaster University.

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    1. An excellent reference text that does exactly what it sets out to do, namely provide short articles on various sociological terminology If you are studying Sociology, this is probably essential if you have studied a subject with a lot of Sociology in it e.g History , you have an interest in sociological topics or even if you hate Sociology, this dictionary provides useful information on the terminology used Of course, you are likely to know much of it already but because of the comprehensiveness [...]




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