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Author(s): John Paul, Michael Birzer, Robert Holland
Much of the general public’s knowledge of serial killers is a product of sensationalized and stereotypical presentations in the media. It’s time to break free of what we think we know and draw our information from factual analysis.
Author(s): John Paul, Mark Vermillion
Ignite Classroom Discussion “Right Off The Bat”
Sport Sociology: 10 Questions fuses sociological theories and concepts (mirrored with experiences from athletes and scholars of sport) to give students an applicable skill in applying the sociological imagination to classic and contemporary events of sport. The publication provides empirical and uniquely sociological insights into the relationships between sports and societal forces of gender, ethnicity, religion, the economy and other institutions.
Author(s): Jerry Johns, Paula Di Domenico, Rachel Lesinski-Roscoe
Content Area Literacy: Toolkit of Disciplinary Strategies for Middle and High School considers various professionals who may find its content useful:
Author(s): John Curra, Paul Paolucci
When Albert Einstein said that "imagination is more important than knowledge," he proposed that humans are capable of knowing more and more while understanding less and less. This is certainly true for our times, where information comes quicker than ever before. Today, sociologists task themselves with developing a way of thinking that elucidates our complex and rapidly changing world. C. Wright Mills dubbed this "the sociological imagination."