Sleep and Society: Sociological Ventures Into the (un)known--
Exploring the sociological aspects of sleep and their links to current health debates, this unique text discusses why sleep has been so neglected in sociological literature and examines significant modern issues such as:
Written by a key international figure in medical sociology, this is the first sociological examination of sleep, making it important reading for academics and advanced students of medical sociology, health studies, and sociology, as well as for professionals and policy makers involved in the area.
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This thin academic text is an effort to move sleep out of unconsciousness and into sociology. Williams includes an overview of other writers on sleep: historically, culturally, sociologically ... Read full review