Dictionary of Sociology: An Oxford Paperback Reference is an authoritative, informative, and wide ranging sociology dictionary written by Gordon Marshall and John Scott.
Dictionary of Sociology: A Oxford Paperback Reference is an in-depth resource compiled by an expert team of 2,500+ sociologists. Besides sociology, this book also includes terms from varied fields as economics, psychology, political science, anthropology and philosophy. Readers will be able to get information on almost all of the different aspects of this subject from zero tolerance to adaptation and others as well.
Dictionary of Sociology: An Oxford Paperback Reference contains key figure biographies including such personalities as Erich Fromm and Gilles Deleuze. All the entries are jargon free, and these have elaborations involving in-depth analysis and clear description. Many times real life inferences are also available to make the concepts easy to understand for the readers. This up to date sociology dictionary also includes a number of new or current social lingo to make it completely relevant to the modern researchers and regular readers. However, the new inclusions do not take anything away from clear and concise quality of the previous editions.
In keeping with the needs of the modern readers, this book introduces web links too that makes it accessible to users via companion Dictionary of Sociology website. For the beginners, this is surely an invaluable treasure trove of references and resources helping them to enter this vast subject with ease. Advanced students, professionals and teachers will be able to use it as their ready reference reckoner. No sociology book collection is complete without this crucial Dictionary, so go ahead and buy online! This paperback edition is published by Oxford University Press with the ISBN-10: 0199533008 and ISBN-13: 978-0199533008.