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by Daniel J. Curran,Claire M. Renzetti
Claire M. Renzetti (Author), Daniel J. Curran (Author). Key Topics: While covering the essential concepts and principles of sociology, the authors give special attention to diversity issues, multiculutralism, and the intersection of social inequalities. Market: Beginning sociologists.
Claire M. ISBN-13: 978-0205151448.
She was Professor of Sociology at the University of Dayton from 2006-2010.
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This comprehensive text covers the essential concepts and principles of sociology while affording special attention to diversity issues and intersecting social inequalities. Renzetti, Claire M.
Provides an introduction to sociology as a scientific discipline that produces relevant knowledge. This text covers the concepts and principles of sociology while affording attention to diversity issues and social inequalities. It integrates the multicultural, global, and feminist perspectives on social life. It is for students and instructors.
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Social problems : society in crisis, Daniel J. Curran, Claire M. Renzetti. Renzetti (1987) also found that those who had personal experiences with gender discrimina- tion were more likely to identify themselves as feminists. Still we need clarification of the causal path between perceptions of discrimination and feminist identity development. Reference: I Became a Lioness : Pathways to Feminist Identity Among Women’s Movement Activists.
Daniel J. Curran; Claire M. Publication Date: 2000. Book Condition: Good. ISBN 10: 0205275885, ISBN 13: 9780205275885. Published by Allyn & Bacon, 2000. Used Condition: Good Soft cover. From Ergodebooks (RICHMOND, TX, . Synopsis: This book surveys the major theoretical perspectives in criminology, including ical theories, atric theories, and sociological theories of crime.