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SOCI 4260: Intersectionality

Library course guide for Dr. Buddy Scarborough

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Deutscher, I. (1999). Making a Difference:The Practice of Sociology. Transaction Publishers. Link

Thomas, R. K. (2003). Society and Health : Sociology for Health Professionals. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers. Link

Johnson, A. G. (2000). The Blackwell Dictionary of Sociology : A User's Guide to Sociological Language. Blackwell Publishers. Link

Pressler, C. A., & Dasilva, F. B. (1996). Sociology and Interpretation : From Weber to Habermas. State University of New York Press. Link.

King, A. (2004). Structure of Social Theory. Routledge. Link.

Barton, H. (2000). Sustainable Communities : The Potential for Eco-neighbourhoods. Earthscan. Link

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