Overwhelmingly [the students] indicated that they would recommend that this text continue to be used for this course. This sounds like a resounding endorsement to me.
- Professor, University of Manitoba
Using examples of popular culture will help in emphasizing the connection between this course and [the student’s] own career path (and life in general). It will make it more relevant to them.
- Linda McDevitt, Algonquin College
…this text is very comprehensive and has been a nice fit for this course. It places a strong emphasis on theoretical and conceptual analysis which is incredibly important. As well, while the text has strong Canadian content, it also has presented a nice global perspective.
- Professor, Fanshawe College
“Of course I will adopt the new edition. It’s the best text available in Canada.”
- Professor, Kings, UWO
“I know we are only halfway through, but I am absolutely astonished by this book. I would suggest to anyone teaching a beginning sociology class to use it. Good book choice professors!”
- Student, University of Windsor
From the Back Cover
The Sixth Canadian Edition of Sociology by Macionis and Gerber, the acclaimed gold standard of sociology texts in Canada, continues to evolve, with new features and learning aids to intrigue, inspire, and help students to succeed in sociology.
“I know we are only halfway through, but I am absolutely astonished by this book.”
–Student, University of Windsor
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Go to www.mysoclab.com and follow the simple registration instructions on the Student Access Code Card bound inside the text. Your unique access code is hidden there. If you purchased a used book, you can purchase an Access Code Card at your campus bookstore (ISBN 0136065058).