Sociology in Pictures - Theories and Concepts: Self-Study and Teacher’s Guide (First edition)

Paperback

Sociology in Pictures: Theories and Concepts Self-Study and Teacher Guide provides a series of questions and suggested answers for each of the topics in the student book. It includes an evaluation of each theory and concept and, where appropriate, a short biography of major sociologists.

Sociology in Pictures: Theories and Concepts is a fresh and exciting publication based on styles from graphic novels and comics. The Self-Study and Teacher Guide provides a series of questions and suggested answers for each of the topics in the student book. These can be used for individual work, group work or class discussions, for homework or for self study. The Guide also includes an evaluation of each theory and concept and, where appropriate, a short biography of major sociologists.

Contents
1.Culture
2.Social control
3.Marxism
4.Alienation
5.Emile Durkheim
6.Anomie
7.Functionalism
8.Functions of religion
9.Max Weber
10.Rational action
11.Stratification
12.The Chicago School
13.Symbolic interactionism
14.Interaction processes
15.Acting the part
16.Ethnomethodology
17.Phenomenology
18.Feminism
19.Gender
20.Michel Foucault
21.Pierre Bourdieu
22.Postmodern society
23.Late modernity
24.The second modernity
25.Liquid modernity
26.Globalisation
27.The network society
28.The reinvention society
29.Common sense
30.References

A companion book, Sociology in Pictures: Theories and Concepts Self-Study and Teacher’s Guide, is also available.

RRP: £12.99

ISBN

978-0-00-754267-3

Publication Date

02-09-2013

Format

Paperback

Pages

46 pages

Dimensions

210x297mm

Author

Michael Haralambos

Michael Haralambos wrote the first two editions of Sociology Themes and Perspectives and contributed to later editions. Following the phenomenal success of the book he founded Causeway Press. He is an experienced author involved in writing and editing for Social Sciences.

Product Description

Sociology in Pictures: Theories and Concepts Self-Study and Teacher Guide provides a series of questions and suggested answers for each of the topics in the student book. It includes an evaluation of each theory and concept and, where appropriate, a short biography of major sociologists.

Sociology in Pictures: Theories and Concepts is a fresh and exciting publication based on styles from graphic novels and comics. The Self-Study and Teacher Guide provides a series of questions and suggested answers for each of the topics in the student book. These can be used for individual work, group work or class discussions, for homework or for self study. The Guide also includes an evaluation of each theory and concept and, where appropriate, a short biography of major sociologists.

Contents
1.Culture
2.Social control
3.Marxism
4.Alienation
5.Emile Durkheim
6.Anomie
7.Functionalism
8.Functions of religion
9.Max Weber
10.Rational action
11.Stratification
12.The Chicago School
13.Symbolic interactionism
14.Interaction processes
15.Acting the part
16.Ethnomethodology
17.Phenomenology
18.Feminism
19.Gender
20.Michel Foucault
21.Pierre Bourdieu
22.Postmodern society
23.Late modernity
24.The second modernity
25.Liquid modernity
26.Globalisation
27.The network society
28.The reinvention society
29.Common sense
30.References

A companion book, Sociology in Pictures: Theories and Concepts Self-Study and Teacher’s Guide, is also available.

ISBN

978-0-00-754267-3

Publication Date

02-09-2013

Format

Paperback

Pages

46 pages

Dimensions

210x297mm

Product Description

Sociology in Pictures: Theories and Concepts Self-Study and Teacher Guide provides a series of questions and suggested answers for each of the topics in the student book. It includes an evaluation of each theory and concept and, where appropriate, a short biography of major sociologists.

Sociology in Pictures: Theories and Concepts is a fresh and exciting publication based on styles from graphic novels and comics. The Self-Study and Teacher Guide provides a series of questions and suggested answers for each of the topics in the student book. These can be used for individual work, group work or class discussions, for homework or for self study. The Guide also includes an evaluation of each theory and concept and, where appropriate, a short biography of major sociologists.

Contents
1.Culture
2.Social control
3.Marxism
4.Alienation
5.Emile Durkheim
6.Anomie
7.Functionalism
8.Functions of religion
9.Max Weber
10.Rational action
11.Stratification
12.The Chicago School
13.Symbolic interactionism
14.Interaction processes
15.Acting the part
16.Ethnomethodology
17.Phenomenology
18.Feminism
19.Gender
20.Michel Foucault
21.Pierre Bourdieu
22.Postmodern society
23.Late modernity
24.The second modernity
25.Liquid modernity
26.Globalisation
27.The network society
28.The reinvention society
29.Common sense
30.References

A companion book, Sociology in Pictures: Theories and Concepts Self-Study and Teacher’s Guide, is also available.

Author

Michael Haralambos

Michael Haralambos wrote the first two editions of Sociology Themes and Perspectives and contributed to later editions. Following the phenomenal success of the book he founded Causeway Press. He is an experienced author involved in writing and editing for Social Sciences.