Australian sociology: A changing society

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Holmes, David, Hughes, Kate and Julian, Roberta. (2015) Australian sociology: A changing society Pearson Australia.
AuthorsHolmes, David, Hughes, Kate and Julian, Roberta
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Australian Sociology provides a concise and current introduction to the field of Sociology, through an analysis of Australian society. In doing so, it draws on a diverse range of perspectives as well as a myriad of topics that go to issues at the core of Australian social life. Our ever-changing society presents continuing challenges to sociological analysis. This new edition of Australian Sociology sets out to document these many changes, while retaining an organised analysis required of an introductory overview of Australian society.

ISBN9781486003310
Page range1 - 438
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Year2015
PublisherPearson Australia
Place of publicationAustralia
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