By George Ritzer
The Third Edition of Introduction to Sociology, completely revised and up-to-date, maintains to teach scholars the relevance of the introductory sociology path to their lives. whereas offering a rock-solid starting place, George Ritzer illuminates conventional sociological thoughts and theories, in addition to probably the most compelling modern social phenomena: globalization, buyer tradition, the net, and the “McDonaldization” of society. As know-how flattens the globe, scholars are challenged to use a sociological viewpoint to their international, and to determine how “public” sociologists are enticing with the severe problems with today.
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