A supplementary text for introductory sociology courses. One of the most difficult concepts to convey to introductory students is social structure. This book achieves that goal for students the way few sociology texts do. Babbie also successfully explains for students what is fundamentally different about the social level of analysis in comparison to other behavioral science perspectives.
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