Biography and the Sociological Imagination
Biography and the Sociological Imagination introduces readers to life course sociology, the imaginative framework with which people can think about how their lives reflect the imprint of society, how this imprint reflects the intersection of social changes and personal development, and how these processes are greatly complicated by each person's unique location in society.
Specifications of Biography and the Sociological Imagination
|Author||Michael Shanhan, Ross Macmillan|
|Publisher||W W Norton & Co Inc|
|Number Of Pages||325|
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