Amherst College Department of Sociology and Anthropology Sociology 36: Incarceration and The FamilyAmherst College Department of Sociology and Anthropology Sociology 36: Incarceration and The Family
How are fatherhood and motherhood constructed in penal facilities? In what ways do cultural assumptions about masculinity and femininity filter in, and out of, the penal system? What are the consequences for such assumptions?
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Abraham, S., King, W. & Llewellynjones, D. (1994) Attitudes to Body-Weight, Weight-Gain and Eating Behavior in PregnancAbraham, S., King, W. & Llewellynjones, D. (1994) Attitudes to Body-Weight, Weight-Gain and Eating Behavior in Pregnanc
Aarvold, J. E., Bailey, C. & Pain, R. H. (2004) a "give it a go" breast-feeding culture and early cessation among low-income mothers. Midwifery, 20, 240-250
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Soc 212: sociology of familySoc 212: sociology of family
Most people spend their childhood and adolescence in families; go through the sometimes painful rituals of dating and mate selection; fall in love; become wives and husbands, mothers and fathers, and
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Asa style guideAsa style guide
Association (asa) has produced a manual of style for sociologists. Below are several examples from that guide. You should learn and use this style since this is a class in sociology
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Materialism many people say that our world is too materialistic and that we are too concerned with possessions and get rich schemes. Some people are obsessed with winning the lottery, or hitting the jackpot on a game show or at a casinoMaterialism many people say that our world is too materialistic and that we are too concerned with possessions and get rich schemes. Some people are obsessed with winning the lottery, or hitting the jackpot on a game show or at a casino
Some people are obsessed with winning the lottery, or hitting the jackpot on a game show or at a casino. Others fantasize about becoming a professional athlete in order to obtain a huge salary. In an essay, answer this question
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Nature invisible on sociality in the capitalist disorder a comparison study ofNature invisible on sociality in the capitalist disorder a comparison study of
The texts in question deal with topics of economic theory, historical social analysis, post-structural philosophy, environment and technology
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Department of Economics and FinanceDepartment of Economics and Finance
A series of current corporate and public policy problems are discussed in order to raise major issues, including ethical issues, involved in managing the corporation’s relationships with many of its publics
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Abercrombie, N., S. Hill, et al. (1986)Abercrombie, N., S. Hill, et al. (1986)
With many thanks to Don for his assistance. The bibliography can be searched by author, title, or date. There are currently c. 2000 items. To add new references to this list, please contact the programme office
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Weber’s theory of bureaucracy and modern societyWeber’s theory of bureaucracy and modern society
How dominant have bureaucracies become in modern societies? Is Weber’s classical model still an accurate description of the main structural properties and dynamics of bureaucracy? What criticisms have been advanced by commentators like Luhmann
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Jon Klancher Curriculum VitaeJon Klancher Curriculum Vitae
Carnegie Mellon University, 1999--associate Professor of Literary and Cultural Studies
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Jon Klancher Curriculum VitaeJon Klancher Curriculum Vitae
Carnegie Mellon University, 1999--associate Professor of Literary and Cultural Studies
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Feminism in Political TheoryFeminism in Political Theory
Hauptseminar – Wintersemester 2010/11 – Institut für Politikwissenschaft – Do. 16: 00-18: 00 – Neue Mensa 125
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The City as an Entertainment MachineThe City as an Entertainment Machine
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