Ten questions: a sociological perspective
Ten Questions From a Sociological Perspective raises enduring and enduring questions that have existed for all thinkers from ancient times to the present and will continue to exist in the future: What does it mean to be human? Why are people unequal in society? Are humans really free? Why is there misery in the world?
And other important questions about human society that the author of this book examines from a sociological perspective. In this book, both with the approaches of classical sociologists and with the latest sociological research today on issues such as social inequality, ethnicity, social change and its consequences for people’s lives, the concepts of freedom and democracy, social problems and their causes and other issues that Sociologists think about them and discuss them and we get to know them. Professor Sharon has carefully researched, analyzed, and articulated these issues and questions, as well as the difficult concepts of sociology, in a way that is clear and understandable to readers.
Introducing the book Ten Questions from a Sociological Perspective by Joel Sharon
This introductory text offers a unique approach to examining the principles of sociology. “Ten Questions from a Sociological Perspective” focusing on a fundamental question such as “How do sociologists study society?” He addresses his intellectual concern to this question in a coherent and systematic way until the end. In general, this article will lead you to such a subject and will share a deeper understanding of this field with those who are interested in this field.
“How is society possible?” “Why is there misery in the world?” And “Are humans free?” You will become acquainted with the philosophies of classical sociologists such as Marx, Weber, and Durkheim, and you will examine how sociology has dealt with these questions over the past 150 years. You will also consider the pros and cons of globalization, read about how people affect society, and learn how the Tea Party political movement and the revolution in Egypt show social conflict. As you search for interesting sociological questions, you will find that there are often no clear and ready answers.
But even if the world moves more and more towards saturated information, you can take the initiative and be more prepared to understand everything by understanding this fascinating period.
Excerpts from Ten Questions from a Sociological Perspective
People turn to sociology with the idea that many things about the subject of its study, namely humans and. Society knows, unlike mathematics. What could be more familiar than society? It is difficult to get people to doubt what they already know, and it is even harder for them to admit that what they know is not necessarily true.
Think for a moment about where our thoughts about human beings and the nature of society come from. We are in a society that teaches us to accept our ideas and values, and those who teach us benefit from that society and its belief system. In short, we are all cultural beings, we learn the basic ideas, values and norms of our society and embody them in the ideas of our social world.
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