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Australian sociology : a changing society / David Holmes, Kate Hughes and Roberta Julian.

By: Holmes, David, 1962-.
Contributor(s): Hughes, Kate Pritchard, 1961- | Julian, Roberta.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Frenchs Forest, N.S.W. : Pearson Education, c2003Description: xiv, 539 p. : ill., map ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781740910132 (pbk.).Subject(s): Social history | Sociology | Social conditions | Sociology -- Australia | Australia | Australia -- Social conditions | Sociology (Australia)DDC classification: 301.0994
Incomplete contents:
1. What is sociology? -- 2. Sociological theory -- 3. Class -- 4. Sex, gender and sexualities -- 5. Ethnicity and immigration : challenging the national imaginary? -- 6. Aboriginality and Australia's indigenous people -- 7. Education.com.au? -- 8. The social production of illness and health -- 9. The family : nuclear or unclear? -- 10. Deviance or difference? -- 11. The working environment -- 12. Power and the state -- 13. Globalisation -- 14. Media, popular culture and the networked society -- 15. 'Research shows that ...' : how to use this phase with confidence.
Action note: Recommended Course Reading BEHL 2002 2006.Action note: Textbook SOCU 1003 2006Action note: Textbook SOCU 1003 2007Action note: Textbook BEHL 2002 2007Summary: Designed to meet the demand for one semester sociology units that are offered to both students who are intending to take a major program of study, but also for students who are taking a semester of sociology as part of another degree program.
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Includes index.

Bibliography: p. 507-531.

1. What is sociology? -- 2. Sociological theory -- 3. Class -- 4. Sex, gender and sexualities -- 5. Ethnicity and immigration : challenging the national imaginary? -- 6. Aboriginality and Australia's indigenous people -- 7. Education.com.au? -- 8. The social production of illness and health -- 9. The family : nuclear or unclear? -- 10. Deviance or difference? -- 11. The working environment -- 12. Power and the state -- 13. Globalisation -- 14. Media, popular culture and the networked society -- 15. 'Research shows that ...' : how to use this phase with confidence.

Designed to meet the demand for one semester sociology units that are offered to both students who are intending to take a major program of study, but also for students who are taking a semester of sociology as part of another degree program.

Designed to meet the demand for one semester sociology units that are offered to both students who are intending to take a major program of study, but also for students who are taking a semester of sociology as part of another degree program.

Recommended Course Reading BEHL 2002 2006.

Textbook SOCU 1003 2006

Textbook SOCU 1003 2007

Textbook BEHL 2002 2007

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