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Really interesting spin on various issues such as families and finances. Gave a different perspective to be had.
Structure of book did not fit the hybrid nature of the course - a more traditional intro text is needed.
Special Topics course not developed yet.
Book did not seem to be enough to stand alone. I will definetly consider adding it to one of my classes, it is well done, just not specifically what I was hoping for, good work nonetheless.
Not yet, hopefully will integrate into next semester as an add-on.
This book is disappointing. I wasn't expecting the content I reviewed...
I will use this book in the 2012/2013 academic year in my Introduction to sociology class as a mandatory supplemental text.