By E-J Milne Ph.D,Claudia Mitchell,Naydene de Lange
By E-J Milne Ph.D,Claudia Mitchell,Naydene de Lange
By Christine Bose,Minjeong Kim
Readers of Global Gender examine will learn how to examine and distinction feminist issues globally, achieve familiarity with the breadth of gender learn, and comprehend the nationwide contexts that produced it.
This quantity offers an in-depth comparative photo of the present country of feminist sociological gender and women's experiences examine in 4 areas of the world—Africa, Asia, Latin America/the Caribbean, and Europe—as represented via many nations. The introductory essay to every zone explains how social technology study on ladies and/or gender concerns has been formed through economics, politics, and tradition, and by way of tendencies which are at the same time neighborhood, local, and worldwide. It familiarizes readers with the wide variety of salient matters, study tools, writing types, and prime authors from all over the world.
Each neighborhood part includes several chapters on gender learn in particular nations that symbolize the region's variety and canopy the main theoretical and empirical developments that experience emerged over the years, in addition to the connection of key study inquiries to feminist activism and women’s or gender reviews. subsequent, the editors illustrate this new wave of gender scholarship with translated/reprinted samples of study articles from extra international locations within the zone, that hide quite a lot of very important international topics—such as paintings, sexuality, masculinities, childcare and family members matters, faith, violence, legislations and gender guidelines. eventually, this quantity offers students with vast bibliographies and a list of sites for women’s and gender examine facilities in eighty five countries.
By Lisa-Marie Gormanns
Im ersten Teil gehe ich auf die Flüchtigkeit/Dynamik/Transitorik, die Medialität/Multimedialität/Multimodalität, die Nonlinearität/Hypertextualität, die Reaktivität/Personalisierung und die Digitalisierung/Maschinenlesbarkeit ein.
Im Anschluss werden die Qualitätsanforderungen an eine Online-Inhaltsanalyse betrachtet, indem ich einige Schwierigkeiten bei der Erfüllung der Gütekriterien aufzeige. Zum Schluss behandele ich in einem Fazit die Chancen der Online-Inhaltsanalyse und gebe einen Ausblick, welche Bedeutung die Online-Inhaltsanalyse in Zukunft haben kann.
By Catherine Kohler Riessman
By Phillip Bonacich,Philip Lu
Mathematical types and machine simulations of advanced social structures became daily instruments in sociology. but before, scholars had no up to date textbook from which to profit those suggestions. Introduction to Mathematical Sociology fills this hole, delivering undergraduates with a finished, self-contained primer at the mathematical instruments and purposes that sociologists use to appreciate social behavior.
Phillip Bonacich and Philip Lu hide the entire crucial arithmetic, together with linear algebra, graph idea, set idea, online game thought, and chance. They convey the way to follow those mathematical instruments to demography; styles of strength, impression, and friendship in social networks; Markov chains; the evolution and balance of cooperation in human teams; chaotic and intricate platforms; and more.
Introduction to Mathematical Sociology additionally gains quite a few workouts all through, and is observed by means of easy-to-use Mathematica-based desktop simulations that scholars can use to check the results of adjusting parameters on version behavior.
By Heidi Fischer
By Vittorio Capecchi,Massimo Buscema,Pierluigi Contucci,Bruno D'Amore
The booklet indicates a truly unique association addressing in a non conventional means, yet with a scientific strategy, to who has an curiosity in utilizing arithmetic within the social sciences.
The publication is split in 4 elements: (a) a old half, written by way of Vittorio Capecchi which is helping us comprehend the alterations within the courting among arithmetic and sociology through interpreting the mathematical versions of Paul F. Lazarsfeld, the version of simulation and synthetic societies, versions of man-made neural community and contemplating the entire adjustments in clinical paradigms thought of; (b) a component coordinated by means of Pier Luigi Contucci on mathematical types that think about the connection among the mathematical versions that come from physics and linguistics to reach on the learn of society and people that are born inside sociology and economics; (c) an element coordinated by way of Massimo Buscema studying types of man-made neural networks; (d) a component coordinated by way of Bruno D’Amore which considers the connection among arithmetic and art.
The identify of the e-book "Mathematics and Society" used to be selected as the mathematical functions uncovered within the publication let you handle significant concerns: (a) the final topic of technological innovation and caliber of existence (among the essays are on show mathematical functions to the issues of fighting toxins and crime, purposes to mathematical difficulties of immigration, mathematical purposes to the issues of scientific prognosis, etc.) (b) the overall subject matter of technical innovation and creativity, for instance the paintings and arithmetic part which connects to the topic of artistic cities.
The booklet is particularly unique since it isn't really addressed purely to people who are enthusiastic about mathematical purposes in social technology but in addition to people who, in several societies, are: (a) curious about technological innovation to enhance the standard of existence; (b) focused on the broader distribution of technological innovation in numerous components of creativity (as within the undertaking "Creative towns community" of UNESCO).
By Reuß-Markus Krauße
By Toti Anna Maria Paola
By Paul Ransome
Treating social thought as a thrilling highbrow trip in its personal correct, this new introductory-level textbook provides the main rules and ideas in social thought including an account of the highbrow history from which they emerged. geared toward first-year undergraduates learning sociology and all similar disciplines within the social sciences and arts, it offers an creation to the most important questions and debates dealing with social theorists and sociologists. in actual fact designed presentation and structure gains support readers navigate their approach round the fabric therefore giving them the easiest likelihood of discovering what they want fast and easily.
The simply ebook on social idea sociology scholars might want to get via their first year
Written in an available type to lead scholars in the course of the subject
Comprehensive assurance of classical and modern theories and theorists
Uses vast examples from lifestyle to light up concepts
Includes student-friendly positive aspects comparable to highlighted key phrases with margin reasons, instruments for knowing, additional analyzing and internet resources
Associated interactive web site displays how scholars research on-line and offers hyperlinks to wider resources