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by Tim Curry,Robert Jiobu,Kent Schwirian

eBook Sociology for the Twenty-first Century epub
  • ISBN: 0136141323
  • Author: Tim Curry,Robert Jiobu,Kent Schwirian
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Anthropology
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall; First edition. edition (1997)
  • ePUB size: 1746 kb
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Sociology for the 21st Century. by Timothy J. Curry, Robert M. Jiobu, Kent P. Schwirian. This book is so easy to read and everything is organized the same way in each chapter, making note-taking a breeze. Each chapter ends with quizzes and the answers are in the back to check. To prepare for my exams, I simply studied the quizzes at the end of each chapter as well as online and I got an A on every test. I learned a lot about the different sociological viewpoints of each subject studied in each chapter. This textbook is great for students.

Timothy J. Jiobu, Kent Schwirian. For freshman-level courses in Introductory Sociology. With a strong critical thinking focus, this text encourages students to think about tomorrow and the next century from a sociological viewpoint. With a strong critical thinking focus, this text encourages students to think about tomorrow and the next century from a sociological viewpoint

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Find nearly any book by Robert Jiobu. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Sociology for the Twenty-First Century. by Tim Curry, Robert Jiobu, Kent Schwirian. ISBN 9780131850781 (978-0-13-185078-1) Softcover, Prentice Hall, 2004.

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Kent Schwirian, Ohio State University. The most student friendly text for the introductory sociology course, offers more value to the student, provides learning styles strategies for more effective learning, and has a built-in study guide to help students focus their study time. Learning Styles Inventory-In-text study strategies to help students explore how they learn and how to use these strategies for more effective study. The study tips are located in the margins with an icon for each different learning style: ~ Verbal/Linguistic–Learners that use words to retain material and rely on comprehensive notetaking.

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This book is terrible. It's so boring and doesn't even attempt to keep you interested. I'm much better off just going to class and listening in lecture. I would not waste your money on this book.
Beranyle
for school ~~ another day
BroWelm
I wanted to get this book as cheaply as possible since it was only for an online summer class. It is worn but all the pages are there and it is exactly what I needed. Overall I'm happy - especially with the price.
Gribandis
Good book, great price!
Winail
I just wish there was a way to get reviews on textbooks. I previewed several books ultimately deciding on this text. Do yourself a favor if you are a teacher and don't touch this book. The information is presented in the most dull way and further everything is DATED. I have never become so frustrated with a text that discusses current race relations with data from the 1980's. If you are considering this text, just glance at some of the data and you will get my point.
Exellent
This book is so easy to read and everything is organized the same way in each chapter, making note-taking a breeze. Each chapter ends with quizzes and the answers are in the back to check. Also, the website offers an additional quiz in terminology and multiple choice. To prepare for my exams, I simply studied the quizzes at the end of each chapter as well as online and I got an A on every test. I learned a lot about the different sociological viewpoints of each subject studied in each chapter. This textbook is great for students.
Tam
In Chapter 9 Inequalities of gender it would mostly be written with feminist asides but if sociology is a science as our teacher insisted they could at least be objective or at the very least check their facts. For example in discussing the wage gap they never once mention that women tend to take majors in careers that pay less and stay away from most hard science classes like engineering ie the careers that pay well, of course, they dont mention having kids will interrupr your career either, which is something that many women do. The usual culprits reads like its out of a Faludi book: Sexism, exclusion from the old boys network, glass cieling. They even attempt to use the idea of a glass cliff when discussing two women who lost their ceo positions, Fuller was fired when Mirant went bankrupt something that happens to male ceos as well, but the second example they cited was just too ludicrious. Carly Fiorina of HP who dumped a profitable printing section and the company was bleeding money left and right until finally she was fired due to her lack of any business sense. Of course they do not mention that they just say it happened to her after she attempted to merge with Compaq thereby subtly blaming the invisible hand of patriarchy. Then they talk about gender equality and the law, all that I can say to that is women have more than equality under the law they have free liscense to murder their husbands and get away with it rather easily. Under inclusive feminism they attempt to say that men are threatened by feminism and dont want to lost their priveleged position.
At least at the end of the chapter on gender inequality they make mention of the fact that men are more likely to kill themselves at least society isnt exactly friendly to men either.
In Chapter 12 RIGHT before they discuss Domestic Violence, They say, "The loosening of economic dependency has had consequences for men as well," you would think that maybe its going to swing a bit to the fair side but your disappointed, "a divorced man whose former wife has a job can more easily escape the need to make custody payments...the gender gap in pay means that women suffer more than men." Of course they dont mention the stat that says women dont make payments more often, when compared to men. Also I would like to mention they also have the feminist stat that a man standard of living goes up 10% after a divorce. What kind of financial planner would tell you to get married and divorced so your standard of living would go up? The only thing I am going to mention about the Domestic violence section is that they dont mention that studies have found that women and men are equally likey to use violence in a relationship, which again means if you werent well versed on the issue before you would assume a man is guilty of domestic violence in all cases when the cops are called.
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