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Tag Archives: sociology
As the semester winds down, you might be thinking about reading something “light” but still a bit sociological…If so, here are some nonfiction and fiction books that I enjoyed: The age of American unreason / Susan Jacoby Limbo : blue-collar … Continue reading
Want some visual reading over the break that’s not too heavy but also not too light? Try one of these graphic novels that explore social and historical issues: Maus: A Survivor’s Tale, by Art Spiegelman Persepolis and Persepolis 2, [and … Continue reading
Travel through Ireland and Northern Ireland while learning about the history, causes, and aftermath of the Northern Ireland conflict – Apply now for the GSU Sociology Department’s May 2011 Study Abroad Program, “Race, Religion and Conflict in Northern Ireland”. Take … Continue reading
C. Wright Mills wrote of the “sociological imagination” that “its essence is the combination of ideas that no one expected were combinable…there is a playfulness of mind back of such combining as well as a truly fierce drive to make … Continue reading