Professor of Sociology Lorne Tepperman (University of Toronto)
Publication Date :
1 Jan 2012
3 Rev ed
A comprehensive introduction to the many dimensions of social life, Sociology: A Canadian Perspective, third edition, offers a detailed overview of sociological theory and Canadian society. In this contributed text, experts from across Canada carefully weave core concepts and theory with the most up-to-date research, historical events, and life-course examples to create a rich learning experience. Sociology: A Canadian Perspective, third edition, continues to pull ahead of the competition with its seamless integration of the issues shaping Canadian society today. A new chapter on the social aspects of aging and new theme boxes exploring the links between new media, technology, and social behaviours introduce students to the latest research trends in sociology. In addition, an expanded discussion of feminist and postmodernist thought and a revamped chapter on sociological theory build on the strong foundation of previous editions. This new edition preserves the sophistication, writing style, thorough pedagogy, Canadian themes, international scope, and readability that students and professors have praised in past editions. Thorough and engaging, Sociology: A Canadian Perspective, third edition, is the ideal resource for first-year students beginning their undergraduate studies in sociology.