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Introduction

  • Lee Harvey
  • Morag MacDonald
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Abstract

This book is called Doing Sociology because it shows you how to use project work to develop your sociological understanding. It is organised around the main approaches to data collection: social surveys, observation, in-depth interviews, secondary data analysis and experimentation. Doing Sociology is thus about how to do sociological research. It takes a realistic view about what can be achieved in an introductory sociology project.

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Further Reading

  1. Class and stratification: Giddens, 1989, chapter 7; Haralambos, 1990, chapter 2; Marshall, Rose and Newby, 1989; Saunders, 1989.Google Scholar
  2. ‘Raceand ethnicity: Braham et al., 1992; Giddens, 1989, chapter 8; Miles, 1989; Richardson and Lambert, 1985; Sherman and Wood, 1982, chapter 6.Google Scholar
  3. Genderand sexuality: Bilton et a1., 1981, chapter 6; Garrett, 1987; Giddens, 1989, chapter 6; Haralambos, 1990, chapter 9; Weeks, 1986.Google Scholar
  4. Ideology: Abercrombie, Hill and Turner, 1990; Thompson, 1986.Google Scholar
  5. Hegemony: Bocock, 1986.Google Scholar
  6. Doing a sociology project Barrat and Cole, 1991; Bell, 1989.Google Scholar

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© Lee Harvey and Morag MacDonald 1993

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  • Lee Harvey
  • Morag MacDonald

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