Social Prisms: Reflections on Everyday Myths and Paradoxes

Social Prisms: Reflections on Everyday Myths and Paradoxes

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qThis is a superb book. By presenting basic sociological topics in terms of the paradoxes they contain, O'Brien situates the discipline and its subject matter in historical and intellectual context, while using examples that are contemporary, accessible, and of interest and relevance to students. I look forward to using Social Prisms in my sociology courses and to the animated class discussions that I'm sure her book will engender.q --Anita Ilta Garey, University of New Hampshire qPine Forge Press has done it again! Social Prisms bolsters the well-deserved reputation of Pine Forge Press for publishing serious and innovative yet interesting and accessible works for undergraduate sociology courses. Students will enjoy O'Brien's frequent references to the popular culture (sports, television, movies) which is so central to their existence outside the classroom, and be challenged by her call to embrace rather than resolve the many paradoxes of contemporary social life in America.q --David Yamane, University of Notre Damea€œRethinking Modernism: Minority vs. Majority Theories.aquot; In The Nature and Context of Minority Discourse, edited by A. Jan Mohammed and D. Lloyd. New York: ... Sister Outsider: Essays and Speeches. ... Nurture Debate Shapes Public Policy.

Title:Social Prisms: Reflections on Everyday Myths and Paradoxes
Author: Jodi A. O'Brien
Publisher:SAGE Publications - 1999-01-27

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