Doing social science: evidence and methods in empirical research
"Edited by leading British sociologists of stratification, this book advances contemporary debates in sociological research methods. It draws on current theoretical issues within sociology, bringing together original discussions of the latest and best contemporary empirical work on topics such as culture, identities and lifestyles. Chapters consider methodological research in an international context, bringing abstract subjects to life. This book will be required reading for new generations of sociology students"--Provided by publisher.
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