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Teori Sosiologi Modern

  • ISBN 13 : 9786027985698
  • Judul : Teori Sosiologi Modern
  • Pengarang : George Ritzer,  
  • Penerbit : Prenada Media Group
  • Klasifikasi : 301
  • Call Number : 301 GEO t
  • Bahasa : Indonesia
  • Penaklikan : 742 hlm;24 cm
  • Tahun : 2014
  • Halaman : 0
  • Ketersediaan :
    2018-36329-0010
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2018-36329-0009
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2018-36329-0008
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    2018-36329-0007
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2018-36329-0006
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2018-36329-0005
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    2018-36329-0004
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    2018-36329-0002
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2018-36329-0001
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi

Teori Sosiologi Modern

  • ISBN 13 : 9793465387
  • Judul : Teori Sosiologi Modern
  • Pengarang : George Ritzer,   Douglas J.Goodman,  
  • Penerbit : Kencana
  • Klasifikasi : 301
  • Call Number : 301 GEO t
  • Bahasa : Indonesia
  • Penaklikan : xii,653 hlm;24 cm
  • Tahun : 2004
  • Halaman : 0
  • Ketersediaan :
    2021-39198-0011
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2018-36436-0010
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2018-36436-0009
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2018-36436-0008
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2018-36436-0007
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2018-36436-0006
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2018-36436-0005
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2018-36436-0004
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2018-36436-0003
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2018-36436-0002
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi
    2018-36436-0001
    Tersedia di Pustaka Kubang Putih - IAIN Bukittinggi

Introduction to Sociology: Canadian Version

While providing a rock-solid foundation of sociology, Introduction to Sociology: Canadian Version, by renowned sociologists George Ritzer and Neil Guppy, illuminates traditional sociological concepts and theories, as well as some of today’s most compelling social phenomena: Globalization, consumer culture, and the Internet. Ritzer and Guppy bring students into the conversation by bridging the divide between the outside world and the classroom. The international version of the book by Ritzer has been redesigned with an explicitly Canadian core. The result is this compelling Canadian version featuring George Ritzer’s distinctive voice and style blended with Neil Guppy’s definitive views on Canadian sociology—highlighting the place of Canada in a globalizing world.

Ritzer and Guppy bring students into the conversation by bridging the divide between the outside world and the classroom. The international version of the book by Ritzer has been redesigned with an explicitly Canadian core.

Sociological Beginnings

On the Origins of Key Ideas in Sociology

This is a short, inexpensive, paperback introduction to sociology for students taking their first sociology courses. The types of "beginnings" discussed include the founding of sociology, biographies of the major founders of sociology, the development of major sociological theories, and the emergence of some major sociological research methods.

This is a short, inexpensive, paperback introduction to sociology for students taking their first sociology courses.

Postmodern social theory

George Ritzer's long-awaited text in Postmodern Social Theory is a readable and coherent introduction to the fundamental ideas and most important thinkers in postmodern social theory. Looking at this multidisciplinary field from a sociological perspective, Ritzer offers a modernist reading of the turbulent and often renegade world of postmodern thought, encouraging the reader to see how postmodernism offers a set of ideas that can invigorate and revitalize sociology and sociological theory.

George Ritzer's long-awaited text in Postmodern Social Theory is a readable and coherent introduction to the fundamental ideas and most important thinkers in postmodern social theory.