I. THE STRANGE WORLD OF THE FAMILIAR: EVERYDAY LIFE AND THE TAKEN-FOR-GRANTED II. THE SOCIOLOGICAL TRADITION: UNDERSTANDING THE SOCIAL WORLD III. BEING AND BECOMING SOCIAL: CULTURE, SELF AND SOCIAL ACTION IV. SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS: ORDERING COLLECTIVE LIFE V. CONTESTED TERRAINS: DIFFERENCE, INEQUALITY, CHANGE AND CONTROL VI. DOING SOCIOLOGY
Ed Ksenych is a faculty member at George Brown College. He teaches in the degree stream at GBC and has also taught at Centennial and Ryerson. He has published other books with Canadian Scholar's Press. He and David have worked together for many years. David Liu is a faculty member at Harrisburg College in Pennsylvania, he also teaches occasionally at George Brown. He and Ed have worked together for many years.