Haralambos and holborn sociology book pdf

Contents



Haralambos and holborn sociology book pdf

Haralambos and Holborn Sociology book PDF Topics

  • Chapter 0. Introduction: Sociological perspective

    • Full chapter

  • Chapter 1. Stratification, class and inequality
    • Introduction (Page no. 21) -to- Taxation and wealth (Page no. 47)
    • Middle class, or middle classes? (Page no. 57) -to- End of chapter (Page no. 93)
  • Chapter 2. Sex and Gender
    • Introduction (Page no. 95) to Social construction of gender roles (Page no. 102)
    • Gender Inequality (Page no. 104) -to- Gender regimes, patriarchy and the future of feminism (Page no. 120)
    • Ann Oakley – Gender on Planet Earth (Page no. 127) -to- Explanations for gender inequalities in employment (Page no. 133)
  • Chapter 3: ‘Race’, ethnicity and nationality

    • Introduction (Page no. 155) -to- Race (156)
    • Migration and Assimilation (Page no. 166) -to- Racism (Page no. 185) Also, helpful in Paper 2 topic – MIGRATION
    • Nationalism and identity (Page no. 206 to first column of Page no. 209)
    • Modernity, post-modernity, racism and identity (Page no. 216 – 217)
    • Minority ethnic groups in the labour market and stratification system (Page no. 221) -to- Race, ethnicity, social policy and social theory (first column of Page no. 226)
  • Chapter 4: Poverty, social exclusion and the welfare state

    • Introduction (Page no. 231 to 242)
    • Social exclusion (Page no. 246 to 265)
    • Conflict theories of poverty and social exclusion (Page no. 269) – to- first two paragraphs of Page no. 280.
    • The welfare state (Page no. 282-283)
    • Marxist perspectives on the welfare state (Page no. 289 – 291)
    • Neo-liberal perspective on welfare state (Page no. 291 -to- first paragraph of Page no. 292)
    • Feminist perspective on welfare ((Page no. 298-299)
  • Chapter 6: Crime and deviance
    • Introduction (Page no. 347) -to- Structural and subcultural theories of deviance (Page no. 352)
    • Deviance – an interactionist perspective (Page no. 361) -to- Deviance – neo-Marxist and radical perspectives (Page no. 371)
  • Chapter 7: Religion

    • Introduction (Page no. 431 – first paragraph of 437)
    • Religion and social change (Page no. 446 – 465)
    • Secularisation (Page no. 473 – 499)
    • Religion and science (Page no. 504 – 507)
  • Chapter 8: Families, households and personal life
    • Introduction (Page no. 509) -to- Conjugal role (Page no. 559)
  • Chapter 9: Power, politics and the state

    • Introduction (Page no. 579) -to- Neo-Marxist approaches to power and the state (Page no. 601)
    • Luke Martell – globalisation, the nation-state and democracy (Page no. 613-615)
    • Postmodernism, politics and power (Page no. 620-621)
    • New social movements and the new politics (Page no. 623-631)
  • Chapter 10: Education

    • Introduction (Page no. 663) -to- Education-social democratic perspectives (Page no. 675)
  • Chapter 11: Culture, Socialization and identity
    • Socialization (Page no. 753 – 759)
  • Chapter 13: Age and the life course

    • Later life and old age (Page no. 872 – 877) [Useful in Paper 2 topic: Emerging issues: ageing]
  • Chapter 14: Methodology
    • Full chapter
  • Chapter 15: Sociological theory
    • Introduction (Page no. 953) -to- Sociology and the environment (Page no. 997)

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