Think Sociology

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Stanley Thornes, 1998 - Social Science - 632 pages
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Geared towards helping students of all abilities to engage with sociological issues and theories and achieve exam success, this A-Level Sociology textbook incorporates recent developments in sociological thinking and includes many examples from research. It contains exercises which test knowledge and understanding and are designed to develop the skills of interpretation, application and evaluation. A for and against feature is provided to help with the evaluation of different sociological theories, as well as tips on exam practice.

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About the author (1998)

Stephens is Associate Professor, Stavanger College, Norway.

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