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  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1526492792
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1526492791

An Introduction to Sociology is your essential guide to understanding the social forces that shape our lives and the world around us.

This innovative textbook introduces you to the key theories, themes, and concepts in the discipline of sociology and helps you to develop as a sociologist by providing comprehensive coverage of all the main areas of study. Presenting you with the history, current debates and recent research developments for each topic, this book covers everything from classical sociologies and traditional subjects such as class, families, and religion, through to more progressive areas like digital society, social media, migration, and the interconnectedness of modern global society. The book′s extensive coverage means it can be used throughout your studies, from first year to final year.

About the Author

Karim Murji is Professor of Social Policy at the University of West London. His research and publications cover areas such as racism, race equality and social policy, migration, and policing. With John Solomos and others, he is currently working on an ESRC-funded project on the Open City, which investigates how the city accommodates new forms of urban life, through the social reconfiguration of its spaces and places, and looks at the ways urban government at the city-wide and borough scales reflect, promote or limit the idea of the open city, using London as a case study. With Sarah Neal he is the Editor of Current Sociology, and they were previously the editors of Sociology.

Sarah Neal is a Professor of Sociology at the University of Sheffield. Sarah researches and writes in the fields of race, ethnicity, multiculture, community, belonging, and place. Recent publications include The Lived Experience of Multiculture: The New Spatial and Social Relations of Diversity (Routledge, 2018, with K. Bennett, A. Cochrane and G. Mohan) and Friendship and Diversity: Ethnic and Social Relations in the City (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018, with Carol Vincent and Humera Iqbal). She is the coeditor of Current Sociology and an editorial board member of Ethnic and Racial Studies

John Solomos is a professor of Sociology at the University of Warwick. His teaching is focused on the sociology of race and racism, sociological theory, human rights and social theory, qualitative research methods and multiculturalism and citizenship. He has supervised a wide range of PhD students in both his own areas of research interest and in other fields of sociology. He welcomes the opportunity to work with PhD students and is interested to receive informal inquiries from prospective research students. He is currently supervising students working on a range of issues, including migration and refugees, minority families and social capital, Turkish-speaking youth in London and Cuban music and popular culture. He serves on the Strategic Research Board of the Economic and Social Research Council. He is also joint editor with Martin Bulmer of the international journal Ethnic and Racial Studies, published 12 times a year by Routledge.

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