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The study of crime, law, and deviance is considered to be an isolated subarea of sociology that draws upon but does not contribute to the core of the discipline. Subareas, the specific and substantive topics of sociology, may be expected to make less obvious and direct contributions to the core...
Sociology is a discipline dedicated to the study of social class. Yet, personal access on the part of sociologists to the upper class has been limited. This work explores methodological issues in studying those who are of higher status through the description of accessing and interviewing a...
The relationship between First and Third World scholarship may be characterized as a type of ideological dependency. This dependency can be seen in the founding of sociology departments in many Third World universities that followed closely the development of tertiary education during the...
Against the criticism of extreme specialization in sociology, it is argued that such specialization can prove insightful to the implications that social policy in one area may have for social policy in other areas. Such insight derives from sociologists straddling two or more areas of...
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