Foster Lasting Knowledge with Textbook Features Including:
Relevant examples and scenarios including social issues like racial justice, COVID-19, feminism, LGBTQ+ rights, climate change, and politics encourage students to use their sociological imaginations to find connections to their own experiences and the world around them. These applications are at the heart of the textbook.
Different students have different learning styles. The additional resource links are highlighted throughout each chapter to help students connect concepts to outside sources ranging from TED Talks to contemporary data & studies.
Sidebars in the textbook contextualize complex topics to deepen understanding through a further examination of related ideas and real-life scenarios.
Interactive Exercises and Activities
Reflection Questions, Chapter Projects, On Your Own Activities, & Group Activities prompt students to apply lessons in real-time. Through these interactive activities and open-ended exercises, they make connections and develop their sociological imagination.
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