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    364 Pages·2004·15.44 MB·65,535 Downloads
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    Noam Chomsky has long been the most cited living author; on the all-time list .. back so that they'll bleed to death, c ...
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    and poverty among the nations of the world is a picture of enormous sweep and brilliant the causes of the wealth and p ...
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    1,071 Pages·2009·7.31 MB·1,589 Downloads
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  • Encyclopedia of Sociology

    756 Pages·2005·5.99 MB·1,437 Downloads
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    292 Pages·2007·555 KB·1,199 Downloads
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  • The Sociology of Philosophies

    1,121 Pages·2005·4.14 MB·361 Downloads
    Cambridge, Massachusetts, and London, England . Maimonidists, Averroists, and Kabbalists. 478 Another stream came from ...
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    315 Pages·2010·1.05 MB·355 Downloads
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  • Handbook of the Sociology of Religion - Yola

    500 Pages·2008·1.94 MB·341 Downloads
    HANDBOOK OF THE SOCIOLOGY OF RELIGION Religion is a critical construct for understanding contemporary social life. It il ...
  • Sociology of Education - National Open University of Nigeria

    183 Pages·2013·685 KB·337 Downloads
    some available work such as those of universities in Nigeria and foreign text for universities across the globe to trai ...
  • Sociology

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  • Blackwell Companion to Sociology

    621 Pages·2008·4.09 MB·326 Downloads
    tions about culture, power, and thinking, to mention just a few of her examples. Network theories and . Rhonda Pearce a ...
  • Sociology of Culture

    520 Pages·2007·3.9 MB·319 Downloads
    1 The Blackwell Companion to Social Theory, Second Edition . Michele Dillon is Associate Professor of Sociology at the  ...
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    288 Pages·2012·4.86 MB·289 Downloads
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    433 Pages·2004·5.21 MB·240 Downloads
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