Sociology of Families
David Newman re-establishes sociology of the family as a key area in undergraduate studies, and guarantees the renaissance of this once preeminent discipline within sociology. The first part of the book is constructed as a series of issues, whilst the second part provides a theoretical and scholarly overview of the discipline -- enlivened by visual essays and a quality of writing never seen before in a textbook on this subject.
Specifications of Sociology of Families
|Author||David M. Newman|
|Publisher||SAGE Publications, Inc|
|Number Of Pages||540|
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