By Clifton D. (Dow) Bryant, Dennis L. Peck
21st Century Sociology: A Reference guide presents a concise discussion board by which the significant array of data amassed, really in past times 3 a long time, will be equipped right into a unmarried definitive source. the 2 volumes of this Reference guide specialise in the corpus of data garnered in conventional components of sociological inquiry, in addition to rfile the overall orientation of the more recent and presently rising components of sociological inquiry.
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Richard Tewksbury is Professor of Justice Administration at the University of Louisville. He has worked for several correctional systems and studied and written extensively on issues of correctional programming, institutional culture and correctional education, and health issues. He is the 2006 recipient of the American Correctional Association Peter Lejins Research award. He holds a PhD in sociology from The Ohio State University. Bryan S. Turner is Professor of Sociology in the Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore.
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21st Century Sociology: A Reference Handbook by Clifton D. (Dow) Bryant, Dennis L. Peck