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The Family Diversity Inequality And Social Change 3rd Edition
Philip Cohen’s The Family is an accessible, data-driven introduction to contemporary sociological thinking on families. Using his expertise as a sociologist, demographer, and an educator, Cohen uses data to illuminate key trends in family life and show that the story of today’s families is a story of diversity, inequality, and social change. Is. In the third edition, Cohen has strengthened the book’s coverage of same-sex relationships and revamped its treatment of gender identity, highlighting the most current research and data throughout the text. Innovative pedagogy, including a revised inquisitorial curriculum and more robust in-text workshops, forces students to think sociologically about their own families and relationships.
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