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by Sheldon Goldenberg

Author: Sheldon Goldenberg
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Wadsworth Pub Co; English Language edition (January 1, 1987)
Pages: 250 pages
Category: Other
Rating: 4.1
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Sociology addresses the basic question of why people behave the way they do, but it does so utilizing perspectives distinctly different from those employed by other social or natural sciences. Thinking Sociologically, 2/e introduces elements of basic sociological perspectives, both past and present. Rather than focusing on what sociologists currently think about various topics, it features many examples of how sociologists think.

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Sociological thinking is an adventure in self-understanding and moral reflection as well as systemic analysis. Craig Calhoun, New York University.

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This brief, conceptual introduction to the substance of sociology challenges what the author feels is the limiting and nonanalytic approach taken by most current introductory texts. This provocative text stimulates students to think critically and conceptually, encouraging them to go beyond facts to form judgements and opinions of their own. It encourages students to read, assess, and interpret sociological evidence itself, so they can form their own opinions about the interpretations offered. The emphasis is on how to state questions, and look for, and at evidence. Theory, methods, and research findings from the substantive areas of sociology are integrated, and the concerns of the "classic" theorists are presented in the current treatment of research. The book provides illustrations of the importance of examing rival hypotheses in the context of data interpretation and takes a close look at the assessment of tables and other means of data presentation. Each substantive chapter contains an extended illustration of the process of developing an hypothesis and transforming it into a workable research project. Major periodical references are provided to assist students in locating emp This book should be of interest to degree and diploma students on courses in research methods, social theory and introductory sociology.