Social Things: An Introduction to the Sociological Life
The fourth edition of Social Things is as poignant and readable as ever with new material to help introduce sociology as a discipline and a way of life to a new generation of students and readers of all ages. As before, Lemert captivates his readers by helping them understand that, as he puts it, _sociology is, first of all, a thing lived_ which makes us all practical sociologists.
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