Society: An Alaskan Perspective. However, as the subject matter of sociology is society, this book cuts across many disciplines
Society: An Alaskan Perspective. However, as the subject matter of sociology is society, this book cuts across many disciplines. You will see this as you begin your journey through Society: An Alaskan Perspective with many contributors who are not sociologists, but who write about society. These include Academically, this book is organized around topics covered in introductory sociology texts.
Society : An Alaskan Perspective. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780840391728.
Society : An Alaskan Perspective: Interdisciplinary Book of Introductory Readings. By (author) Sharon K. Araji.
An Alaskan Perspective. Published January 1, 1996 by Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company.
Foreword - William N Friedrich Preface - Alison Gray and William Pithers Introduction - Sharon K Araji Identifying, Labeling and Explaining Children's Sexually Aggressive Behaviors - Sharon K Araji.
Foreword - William N Friedrich Preface - Alison Gray and William Pithers Introduction - Sharon K Araji Identifying, Labeling and Explaining Children's Sexually Aggressive Behaviors - Sharon K Araj. More). Family Violence Including Crimes of Honor in Jordan Correlates and Perceptions of Seriousness. Sharon K. Araji, John Carlson.
This sweeping book-moving easily in its analysis from the United States to China, from Europe to Latin America and Africa-answers the key questions about our transformation into a mobile network society. Скачать (pdf, . 3 Mb) Читать. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF.
Slavery and involuntary servitude. Araji Department of Sociology University of Alaska. Although Hall’s book represented an initial effort to describe ado-lescence, it nevertheless resonated with themes already familiar among scholars and the public. David R. James Sara Heiliger. Sexual violence and exploitation. J. Michael Armer Department of Sociology Florida State University. In Europe, romantic conceptions of a sexually charged, troubled youth (. in Rousseau’s Émile) circulat-ed among the socially concerned.
A Tradition of Linguistic Diversity in Orthodox Alaska
A Tradition of Linguistic Diversity in Orthodox Alaska. The book is essentially a collection of documents, letters, and journal entries – translated into English – of the most well-known people associated with the Orthodox Christian mission to Alaska in the 1800’s. this would include St. Herman of Alaska, St. Innocent Veniaminov, St. Jacob Netsvetov, and others.