This valuable database provides sociology students with a solid foundation for their research and assignments, as well as an overview of information on topics relevant to their studies. Summaries of discipline-specific topics help students to grasp the broad outlines of a subject, understand real world applications, critically engage with the topics, and locate sources for advanced scholarly research.
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In addition to an abstract and a list of keywords pertinent to the article, records explain various topics' relevance to sociology. Further record details include insights and applications to outline how the points discussed in the overview can be applied to everyday or academic issues in sociology, as well as viewpoints that enable students to develop a critical perspective on the topic. Records also include a glossary of terms and concepts, a bibliography, and a suggested reading list.
Carefully Chosen Topics
Topics were chosen through careful analysis of the course offerings of leading colleges and universities including Boston University, Dalhousie University, Harvard University, New York University, McGill University, McMaster University, SUNY Albany, Syracuse University, the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and many more. To address emerging subject areas and current trends, articles are reviewed annually and 20 additional topics are added each year.
Subject matter experts holding advanced degrees in sociology were consulted to ensure that the articles encompassed current trends and popular topics.
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