Social Sciences - Sociology
The study of society and the patterns of social relationships is known as sociology. It also studies the culture of everyday life and social interactions. It seeks to develop a body of knowledge about social order, social evolution and acceptance through critical analysis and empirical methods of investigation. It focuses on a variety of areas such as social class, law, gender, health, religion, social mobility, economy and education. The central theoretical problem of sociology is linking, transcending or coping with three main dichotomies. These dichotomies are synchrony and diachrony, structure and agency, and subjectivity and objectivity. Some of the methods used within this discipline are experimental research, longitudinal study, content analysis and program evaluation. The topics included in this book on sociology are of utmost significance and bound to provide incredible insights to readers. It discusses the fundamentals as well as modern approaches of this field. This book will serve as a reference to a broad spectrum of readers.