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  1. Sociology: A Down-to-Earth Approach, Core Concepts (3rd Edition) by James M. Henslin, 2008-02-01
  2. Sociology: A Brief Introduction (6th Edition) by Alex B. Thio, 2004-07-01
  3. Sociology: A Global Perspective by Joan Ferrante, 2007-10-24
  4. Invitation to Sociology: A Humanistic Perspective by Peter L. Berger, 1963-03-01
  5. Sociology: The Core by Michael Hughes, Carolyn J. Kroehler, 2006-11-10
  6. Sociology by Rodney Stark, 2006-02-24
  7. Sociology (10th Edition) by John J. Macionis, 2005-01-01
  8. Down to Earth Sociology: Introductory Readings, Fourteenth Edition by James M. Henslin, 2007-02-13
  9. Sociology Matters by Richard T. Schaefer, 2007-02-23
  10. Sociology for the 21st Century by Tim Curry, Robert Jiobu, et all 2007-02-10
  11. Sociology in a Changing World (with CD-ROM and InfoTrac ) by William Kornblum, 2004-06-02
  12. Sociology: A Down-to-Earth Approach (9th Edition) (MySocLab Series) by James M. Henslin, 2007-12-09
  13. Sociology of Deviant Behavior by Marshall B. Clinard, Robert F. Meier, 2007-02-14
  14. Sociology by Richard T. Schaefer, 2005-12-08

21. WWW Virtual Library: Sociology
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22. American Journal Of Sociology
Information about Electronic Subscriptions List of Institutions Currently Registered...... American Journal of sociology Electronic Edition Journal
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Text of Dr. V. Nagarajan's works on Atharvan polity and Hindu political sociology and the Gita.
Hindu Polity
This website is setup by Dr. V Nagarajan, M.A;Ph.D;D.Litt  (b. 1930) experienced academician and sociologist.
Dr.Nagarajan is an eminent scholar and author of advanced works and books in the area of social polity of ancient India.
His works include :
1. "Society under an Imperial State with special reference
to Kautilya's Arthashastra"
Year - 1965, Nagpur University, India
2."Evolution of Social Polity of Ancient India -
From Manu to Kautilya"
Year - 1990, Nagpur University, India
Also available at 3. Origins of Hindu Social System Dattsons, Nagpur 1994 also available on 4. Foundations of Hindu Economic State Dattsons, Nagpur 1997 also available on Aishma Publications, Nagpur 1999 also available on Dr. Nagarajan is presently working on his 6th and 7th books on Hindu Political Gita enjoys the same status as The Bible and The Koran. In fact it is a major contribution of Krishna (who has later been deified) to socio-political thought and reorganisation of the social polity of Ancient India. Dr. Nagarajan's previous works have been dealing with the transition from the pre-varna vedic society of Ancient India to the post-vedic varna society which survives to this day. For the first time every one of the seven hundred verses of the Gita has been examined critically with reference to this transition and creation of a new rational social polity. All religiosity and ethnicity have been kept out in order to arrive at a schemata that may be applicable to all societies and civilisations. Many misconceptions about ancient

24. American Journal Of Sociology, Electronic Edition
ELECTRONIC EDITION. Published by the University of Chicago. Browse the Latest Issue Volume 109, Number 5 (March 2004). Receive tables of contents by email.

Homepage Journals Division Homepage ELECTRONIC EDITION Published by the University of Chicago Browse the Latest Issue: Volume 109, Number 6 (May 2004) Receive tables of contents by email Back issues available from JSTOR Browse the Available Issues Search the AJS Electronic Edition Find an article by exact volume and page:
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25. The Society For Applied Sociology
Forum for sociologists and others interested in applying sociological knowledge. Includes publications
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26. Major Requirements
Overview for the BA program as well as for the Concentration in sociology.
Requirements Sociology at Central Connecticut State University Home Courses Faculty Requirements Mission ... Sociology links Students majoring in Sociology develop their programs in cooperation with a departmental faculty advisor. The faculty advisor to whom you are assigned (or whom you request ) will work with you during your stay at CCSU. Your advisor will sign your registration forms during the Fall and Spring registration periods. It is suggested that you meet with your advisor two or three weeks before these registration periods. Your advisor will assist you in selecting appropriate Sociology courses and courses in other disciplines related to your particular Sociology program. He or she will also assist you by providing answers to questions you may have about the Sociology major, University course requirements, and career options and objectives. To be assigned an advisor, contact Sophia Johnson, Administrative Assistant, Sociology Department; DiLoreto Hall, Room 208-008; 860-832-3135. The requirements for the major in Sociology were recently changed. Students who are new to Central as of September 2003 or who declare Sociology as a major after September 1, 2003 will be required to complete the current requirements. Students who declared Sociology as a major between Fall of 1999 and the Fall of 2003 may complete the previous program requirements. Students who declared Sociology as a major prior to the fall of 1999 may complete the major under the early program. All students may elect to complete the program using the current requirements.

27. Annual Reviews - Error
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28. WWW Virtual Sociology Library, Forwarding
WWW Virtual Library sociology Has Moved. Please change your WWW Virtual Library sociology Home Page bookmark to http//
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29. History & Sociology Of Science
Focus on the social and humanistic aspects of science and the professions influence of economic and political factors on research and the application of knowledge, and problems of science and technology management and public policy.
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30. EServer: Cultural Studies And Critical Theory
Cultural studies draws from the fields of anthropology, sociology, gender studies, feminism, literary criticism, history and psychoanalysis in order to discuss contemporary texts and cultural practices. Enter an author name or title:
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31. The SocioWeb: Giants Of Sociology
** The SocioWeb **, Giants of sociology, Top Giants of sociology. Auguste Comte and Positivism French language site devoted to Auguste Comte.
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32. Weiterleitung
Study of language use in social behaviour. Includes description, subscription information, editorial team and information for authors. Online access available for institutional subscribers.

33. Deviance
Discusses the sociology of deviance, criminal and noncriminal deviance, and related theories. Includes links to similar content.
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Developed, written, and maintained by an experienced College Instructor, Sociologist At Large has been introducing students and non-students to the Sociological Perspective since 1999.
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34. American Sociological Association
, Journals Solicit Papers for ASA Centennial Special Issues . . . »»Teaching sociology call. », View contents of the April 2004 Footnotes newsletter.
2004 Annual Meeting News . . . Public Sociologies Online preregistration is open! Searchable Preliminary Schedule Featured Sessions Ford Initiative in International Public Sociology Thematic Sessions ... Footnotes New Items . . . View contents of the May/June 2004 Footnotes newsletter The full 2004 ASA Annual Meeting Preliminary Program is now online! PDF versions will follow . . . soon. How could we have missed this item till now? . . . the New York Times selected sociological research on voting as one of 2003's notable ideas Young black males more likely to serve in prison than in military or earn college degree, study shows ASA will commemorate the occasion of the 50th anniversary (May 17) of Brown vs Board of Education with a special Annual Meeting Thematic Session Read a Member Resolution on, and discuss research relevant to, the proposed U.S. Constitution amendment to define marriage. Journals Solicit Papers for ASA Centennial Special Issues . . .
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35. * Scientific Researches On The Transcendental Meditation (TM)
A presentation of the four main areas of research done on TM psychology, physiology, sociology and ecology. Also contains an outstanding collection of links, some never listed before researches on Education, Management, Ayurveda, World Peace.

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Scientific researches on the Transcendental Meditation (TM)
Research conducted around the world documents that the program is effective for all cultural and ethnic groups. All age groups benefit, from increased alertness in infants of meditating parents to increased health, happiness, and longevity in meditating elderly. People spanning the full range of socioeconomic levels and intellectual abilities benefit, again indicating the universality of Maharishi's program. The following briefly summarizes the overall research findings by category: physiological, psychological, sociological, and ecological.
Physiological Benefits
The original landmark research on the physiological correlates of Maharishi's Transcendental Meditation technique was published in Science, American Journal of Physiology, and Scientific American in 1970-1972 (papers 1, 3, 4). This research found that the Transcendental Meditation technique produces a physiological state of restful alertness. During the technique the physiology becomes deeply rested, as indicated by significant reductions in respiration, minute ventilation, tidal volume, and blood lactate, and significant increases in basal skin resistance (an index of relaxation). At the same time the physiology is alert rather than asleep, as indicated by an increased abundance of alpha waves in the EEG. These findings led researcher Dr. Keith Wallace to conclude that restful alertness is a fourth major state of consciousness, termed transcendental consciousness, that is physiologically distinct from ordinary waking, dreaming, and deep sleep (paper 2).

36. Careers In Sociology Brochure: Table Of Contents
American Sociological Association. Careers in sociology Table of Contents Preface. sociology A World of Opportunities What can I do with a BA in sociology?
Careers in Sociology - Table of Contents Preface Society and Social Life Sociology: A World of Opportunities
What can I do with a BA in Sociology?
What can I do with an MA or PhD in Sociology?
Sociological Specialties: Many Paths to Understanding the Society

Student Membership in ASA by Section
Career Preparation: Making the Most of an Undergraduate Major

The Liberal Arts Advantage
Linking to Other Majors and Minors
The Value of an Internship and Service Learning
Profile: Staff Administrator in a Public Assistance Agency
Job Prospects for the BA Graduate
Profile: Human Resource Manager in Small Manufacturing Firm Graduate Training in Sociology MA vs. PhD Degrees Courses and Dissertations Choosing a Graduate School Profile: Sociologist in a Health Center The Common Core of Sociological Careers Open to MAs and PhDs: Teaching, Research, Practice Teaching Profile: Faculty Member in a Liberal Arts College Profile: Teaching Sociology in a Community College Research Profile: Staff Member of a Research Institute Profile: Research Director in a Telecommunications Firm Sociological Practice Policy-Making and Administration Profile: Planning Officer in a State Department of Planning and Development Other Opportunities in Government Profile: Staff Member of a Federal Agency Opportunities in Business Adapting to Change Sociology: Looking to the Future Last Updated on November 30, 2003

37. SOCIOLOGY 388 Discussion Archives: Http://
Archive of online discussions of issues related to corrections.
NIU - Sociology 388 (Corrections) Discussion List Archives (Spring, 2004)
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A page of links for use by A'level and degree students studying sociology, psychology, research, criminology and British politics.
'He is able who thinks he is able' - Buddha I intend to use this page as a notice board of sorts for students studying social sciences at A'level and degree level - I will be putting all the useful links I have found on it and also link to a page containing any ideas, tips, useful bits of info that I find - it will be updated regularly - please feel free to visit often! I make no apologies for the fact that this page is geared towards U.K. students. Oh, O.K. then - sorry! I do apologise for the disorganisation of the site - I will be making it easier to negotiate (with headings and page breaks, etc) very soon - please bear with me :o) Anything that you would like to pass on for this page will be gratefully received - please remember to add your name so I can give you the credit!! Coming soon ...... a guide to referencing assignments ...... a postgraduate funding page (U.K.) ...... see you again soon ....... Links I have found so far:
  • the utterly wonderful, useful and life saving SOSIG Social Science Information Gateway sister site to SOSIG - database of all ESRC funded research in the U.K. - just the place to look for that elusive piece of research

39. A Sociological Tour Through Cyberspace
sociology of Death and Dying The premier tour. sociology of Knowledge To what extent are different types of knowledge socially constructed?
Nearly one quarter century ago columnist Lewis Lapham made the following observation: There no longer exists a theater of ideas in which artists or philosophers can perform the acts of the intellectual or moral imagination. In nineteenth-century England Charles Darwin could expect On The Origin of Species to be read by Charles Dickens as well as by Disraeli and the vicar in the shires who collected flies and water beetles. Dickens and Disraeli and the vicar could assume that Mr. Darwin might chance to read their own observations. But in the United States in 1979 what novelist can expect his work to be read by a biochemist, a Presidential candidate, or a director of corporations; what physicist can expect his work to be noticed, much less understood, in the New York literary salons? ("A Juggernaut of Words," Harper's Magazine , June 1979: pp. 12-13). Conditions have hardly improved in 2004. Now in the supposed "Information Age" six out of ten American households do not purchase a single book and one-half of American adults do not read one. In 1965 when the Gallup Organization asked young people if they read a daily newspaper, 67 percent said yes; thirty-five years later, roughly 20 percent answer affirmatively. And yet "they" say we are saturated with informational overload!

40. Division Of The Social Sciences | University Of Chicago
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