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  1. Down to Earth Sociology: Introductory Readings, Thirteenth Edition by James M. Henslin, 2005-02-01
  2. An Invitation to Environmental Sociology (Sociology for a New Century Series) by Michael Mayerfeld Bell, 2004-06-10
  3. Sociology: Understanding a Diverse Society (with InfoTrac®) by Margaret L. Andersen, Howard F. Taylor, 2005-03-10
  4. Sociology of Marriage and the Family: Gender, Love, and Property by Scott L. Coltrane, Randall Collins, 2000-08-25
  5. The Penguin Dictionary of Sociology (Penguin Dictionary) by Professor Nicholas Abercrombie, Stephen Hill, et all 2006-08-29
  6. The Meaning of Sociology: A Reader (9th Edition) by Joel M Charon, Lee Vigilant, 2008-03-30
  7. A Guide to Writing Sociology Papers by Sociology Writing Group, 2007-09-21
  8. The Sociology of Health, Illness, and Health Care: A Critical Approach by Rose Weitz, 2006-03-30
  9. Study Guide for Andersen/Taylor's Sociology: The Essentials, 4th by Margaret L. Andersen, Howard F. Taylor, 2006-04-05
  10. The Handbook of Economic Sociology, Second Edition
  11. Sociology: Making Sense of the Social World (2nd Edition) by Barbara M. Scott, Mary Ann A. Schwartz, 2005-08-11
  12. Sociology: Your Compass for a New World, Brief Edition by Robert J. Brym, John Lie, 2006-12-19
  13. The Sociology of Childhood by William A. Corsaro, 2004-08-19
  14. Sociology in Our Times: The Essentials (with InfoTrac) by Diana Kendall, 2005-02-23

61. Lawley--Bourdieu Paper
Examines applicability of Pierre Bourdieu's work in the sociology of culture to computermediated communications.
The Sociology of Culture
in Computer-Mediated Communication:
An Initial Exploration
Elizabeth Lane Lawley
Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for
LS695 Seminar in Research Design April 1994 Right now, all we have on the Net is folklore, like the Netiquette that old-timers try to teach the flood of new arrivals, and debates about freedom of expression versus nurturance of community. About two dozen social scientists, working for several years, might produce conclusions that would help inform these debates and furnish a basis of validated observation for all the theories flying around. A science of Net behavior is not going to reshape the way people behave online, but knowledge of the dynamics of how people do behave is an important social feedback loop to install if the Net is to be self-governing at any scale. Howard Rheingold (1993)
In her paper "Appropriating Bourdieu: Feminist Theory and Pierre Bourdieu's Sociology of Culture" (1991), Toril Moi defines the process of appropriation as "a critical assessment of a given theory formation with a view to taking it over and using it for feminist purposes." In that same sense, I hope to appropriate Bourdieu for the purpose of structuring a research program on the social and cultural aspects of computer-mediated communication. In order to show the applicability of Bourdieu's theories to the study of CMC and related information networks, I will first discuss the justification for defining CMC environments as culture, go on to provide an overview of Bourdieu's theoretical project, and then examine the tasks that must be undertaken in order to utilize Bourdieu's constructs in exploring and understanding that culture. I will conclude with an assessment of the viability and usefulness of such a research project.

62. Teaching Sociology Home Page
(Join ASA!). Publishing articles, notes, and reviews intended to be helpful to teachers of sociology. The Editor of Teaching sociology is Liz Grauerholz.
THE AMERICAN SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION Join ASA! Publishing articles, notes, and reviews intended to be helpful to teachers of sociology Articles range from experimental studies of teaching and learning to broad, synthetic essays on pedagogically important issues. Sharing theoretically stimulating and practically useful information and advice among teachers. Formats include full-length articles, conversations, interviews, notes of 10 pages or less, review essays, reviews of books, films, videos, and software. The Editor of Teaching Sociology is Liz Grauerholz
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63. Department Of Rural Sociology
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Quick Link... Department of Rural Sociology Major Areas of Research and Extension Hispanic Research Program Faculty Publications National and State Agriculture Toxics Release Inventory Contact Information Texas State Data Center College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Department of Rural Sociology Major Areas of Research and Extension Population Analysis and Change Sociology of Agriculture Sociology of Nutrition and Health ... Sociology of Rural Minorities Research Centers and Programs Center for Demographic and Socioeconomic Research and Education Hispanic Research Program Texas Population Estimates and Projections Program Texas State Data Center ... Faculty View the title, educational background, specialization, and e-mail address of Rural Sociology faculty Presentations View and download project, faculty, and graduate student presentations Publications View a list of books, book chapters, journal articles, reports and monographs, popular articles, book reviews, proceedings publications, professional presentations, and public presentations produced/presented by the Rural Sociology faculty National and State Agriculture Read papers related to National and State Agriculture.

64. SociologyOnline | The Site For All Students Of Sociology And Social Theory
A site for students of sociology, criminology and social theory. The site has slideshows, quizzes and documents as well as a SocioNews page.
Welcome I'm pleased you have taken the time to visit my site. Use the menu to navigate through the various sections of the site. There is a search in the toolbox.
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'Imagining Society' New to sociology? Then you need to discover the sociological imagination. Click on the bubble for more. Timelines SociologyOnline contains a major reference resource for students. The SociologyOnline 'Timelines' provide historical information on politics and postmodernism . Useful for contextualising your studies Politics There is a section devoted to the study of politics and sociology: political sociology. It contains an introductory guide to the study of political sociology as well as a number of discussions of the field.
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The site carries a section dedicated to making the study of sociology easier, with these quizzes, crosswords and Hangman Globalisation There are two directories and a portal containing links to online essays and information.

65. Compass Bookmarks
The sociology of Cyberspace (SOC 391)is a collaborative project with coordinating professors from a varietyof disciplines including sociology, physics
Sociology of Cyberspace
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The Sociology of Cyberspace (SOC 391) is a collaborative project with coordinating professors from a variety of disciplines including sociology, physics, philosophy, business, art, English, women's studies, and computer science. The class was first taught by faculty and students at Bradley University during the Spring 1995 semester. The Sociology of Cyberspace examines the contemporary revolution in human interaction via computer. Using both postmodern and traditional media theory, we will discuss the social construction of the virtual world and new virtual communities with emphasis on the new culture, institutions and norms in the experience of cyberspace. Topics include: new concepts of space, time, and order; electronic subjectivity and anonymity; new representation of gender, race and class; emergence of new languages of expression; and the revolutionary impact of hypertext and multimedia technologies on human thinking and learning.
Principal Investigators:
Dr. Leo Salamini

66. Faculty
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Faculty Sociology at Central Connecticut State University Home Courses Faculty Requirements Mission ... Stephen Adair Ph.D., Northeastern University; Associate Professor (1997). Areas of interest: Social Theory; Social Movements; Inequality; Media; and Research Methods. Bruce Day Ph.D., University of New Hampshire; Assistant Professor (1998). Areas of interest: Organizations, Occupations and Work; Family; Art and the Media; Introduction to Sociology. Mary Erdmans Ph.D., Northwestern University; Assistant Professor (2002) Areas of interest: Race and Ethnic Relations, Social Movements; Field Studies; Polish and Polish American Studies Jessica Greenebaum Ph.D., Syracuse University; Assistant Professor (2000). Areas of interest: Marriage and Family; Gender; Sex and Sexuality; Qualitative Methods; Jewish Studies Betsy Kaminski Ph.D., Ohio State University, Assistant Professor (2003) Areas of Interest: Gender; Qualitative Methods; Gay and Lesbian Communities; Social Movements John R. Mitrano

An interdisciplinary scholarly society, addressing the history, philosophy, psychology and sociology of science.
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68. CSAA Has Moved
Bilingual professional association promoting research, publication, and teaching in Anthropology and sociology in Canada.
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69. Criminal Sociology
Complete text of the work by Enrico Ferri, published 1899.
Ferri, Enrico. Criminal Sociology
Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia Library
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    71. The Next Generation: Children Of Prisoners
    Examines the unintended consequences of the incarceration of parents on children. By Dr. John Hagan, Professor in the Department of sociology and the Faculty of Law at the University of Toronto.
    The Next Generation: Children of Prisoners
    by John Hagan, Ph.D.
    University of North CarolinaChapel Hill
    University of Tornoto
    Abstract This paper is concerned with the unintended consequences of the incarceration of parents on children. These consequences may include problems with separation, caretaking, schooling, antisocial behavior during childhood, educational failure, precocious sexuality, premature departures from home, early childbearing and marriage, and idleness and joblessness during adolescence and early adulthood. I propose a longitudinal study to examine the dimensions and causes of these problems among children of parents sentenced in the federal district courts of New York. A major premise of this proposal is that the withdrawal or loss of a parent can result in the loss not only of economic capital, but also of social capital involving relationships among family members and the organization of family life toward the maintenance and improvement of life chances of children.
    Crime and Families
    In a recent review of research on genetics and crime, Christopher Jencks (1992, Chapter 3) emphasizes how primitive our knowledge of the heritability of crime is. Nearly all these studies are of males. He concludes that

    72. WWW Virtual Library: Sociology
    WWW Virtual Library sociology. WWW Virtual Library Icon. The WWW Virtual Library sociology was established on January 15, 1995 by Dr. Samuel R. Brown.
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    74. University Of Chicago - Department Of Sociology
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    75. Department Of Sociology University Of Surrey Guildford Surrey GU2
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    77. ASU - Department Of Religious Studies
    The Department of Religious studies brings together perspectives and approaches from history, sociology, anthropology, philosophy, and literature to gain a more comprehensive understanding of the individuals and traditions that constitute religions and cultures. When students major or minor in religious studies they can tailor their program to suit their individual interests, such as focusing on a particular region of the world, or a particular religious tradition.
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    79. Department Of Sociology, Texas A&M
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