Avant-garde Sociology

Avant-garde Sociology

An Introduction to Sociology

eBook - 2013
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Avant -Garde Sociology focuses upon building the theoretical position that social reality is defined as seven primary areas that simultaneously work as independent variables and might also be influenced as dependent variables in any social structural relationship or entity. In addition, this book underscores the importance of identifying those five areas of being human that impact and explain individual human behavior and those behavioral actions modeled in other types of social structures and social structural relationships. Some other progressive ideas this book offers is viewing the importance of sociologys role in explaining the origins of behavior in reference to identifying stake issues in individuals and other social structural entities as well as making reference to those methods of power utilized in social structure relationships. Sociological explanations for deviant behavior are also identified and a unique theoretical process is acknowledged in reference to understanding the evolution of social change. Of greatest significance is that Avante-Garde Sociology helps the student learner comprehend that human behavior and its explanations are complex; likewise, the social science of sociology should be taking seriously as a relevant theoretical consideration for: understanding human behavior in love relationships, marriages, and families; as a significant tool in identifying social problems and/or considering how to develop policies or programs to alleviate various social maladies ; comprehending those multiple issues surrounding the operation of a business, and for highlighting the significant role sociology plays when studying and assessing the origins of many mental health illnesses suffered by individuals. Ultimately, this book instructs the student learner to understand that utilizing the seven primary areas of social reality as a tool of analysis for any social topic of consideration yields a plethora of relevant knowledge either for extending sociological theory or understanding human behavior.
Publisher: [United States] :, Xlibris US,, 2013
Made available through hoopla
ISBN: 9781483665221
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: hoopla digital


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