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1.1.10: Further Research

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    1.1 What Is Sociology?

    Sociology is a broad discipline. Different kinds of sociologists employ various methods for exploring the relationship between individuals and society. Check out more about sociology at this website..

    1.2 The History of Sociology

    Many sociologists helped shape the discipline. To learn more, check out this site featuring prominent sociologists and how they changed sociology.

    1.3 Theoretical Perspectives in Sociology

    People often think of all conflict as violent, but many conflicts can be resolved nonviolently. To learn more about nonviolent methods of conflict resolution check out the Albert Einstein Institution.

    1.4 Why Study Sociology?

    Social communication is rapidly evolving due to ever improving technologies. Check out this website to learn more about how sociologists study the impact of these changes


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