Reader on selected social phenomena, A 7/e
- Bezuidenhout FJ
- ISBN: 9780627038198
- eISBN: N/A
- ePub ISBN: 9780627038204
- 404 Pages | Published: 2021
FORTHCOMING TITLE: NEW EDITION
A reader on selected social phenomena emphasises the nature, causes and consequences of 17 social phenomena. A long-standing classic, it has been updated and refined to reflect current mores, events and trends.
The content of the chapters is not discipline specific. Lecturers can therefore use perspectives within their fields of study or interest to guide their students to an understanding of the phenomena dealt with from within their discipline.
Discussion topics at the end of each chapter can be used to encourage students to deal with aspects beyond the scope of the text.
Frans Bezuidenhout, until his retirement in 2013, was Professor and Head of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology (incorporating History) at Nelson Mandela University (NMU). After his retirement he continued to present lectures on Purpose Capital and Resilience of self-relations at NMU Graduate Business School; Research Methodology within the Department of Industrial Engineering to postgraduate students; and Personhood Development within the Faculty of Education
of NMU to undergraduate students. Prof. Bezuidenhout focuses on research in the fields of Applied Sociology and Clinical Sociology. He uses these as basis from which to coach and consult as well as to present workshops and webinars.
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