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The Key to (Almost) Everything is an engaging, contemporary and concise approach to sociology written for adults, students and just about anybody who could profit from knowing about the discipline of sociology. It is expertly written by an author drawing on 40 years of teaching on the fundamental social structures and processes characteristic of human societies. Each of the book's chapters is modeled on the courses found in the sociology curriculum. These chapters are not course or lecture notes, rather they are engaging lessons on topics such as political sociology, urban sociology, religion in sociology, crime and guns, poverty, the American family, public opinion, wealth and power.
|Publication date:||29th April 2019|
|Publisher:||Rowman & Littlefield|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Social classes, Sociology,|
James D. Wright is an author, educator, and the Provost's Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus in the Department of Sociology at the University of Central Florida. Before his retirement in 2018, Wright also served as director of the UCF Institute for Social and Behavioral Sciences, as editor-in-chief of the journal Social Science Research, and as editor-in-chief of the International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. His latest book is Hunger in the Land of Plenty: A Cricail Look at Food Insecurity (with Amy Donley and Sara Vega).More About James Wright