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Continues to challenge students thinking and reasoning
An excellent read and an excellent teaching resource. Covers all aspects of social change.
This book is highly recommendable for students who start dealing with the topic of social change. It has a strong historically based process orientation and focuses on the relationship between individual and society in time which seems much more promising than analysing more or less isolated factors of social change in various fields. Connections between the discussed main drivers of social change like state, corporation, war and technology are often made visible.
Very readable and engaging textbook suitable for introductory sociology class
This is a well considered and interesting book. I used it to introduce my Law students to other approaches to knowledge and learning and to allow us to consider the implications of social change on professional practice.
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