A Sociology Experiment brings together leading scholars in the field to offer a new way to approach introductory sociology. Under the auspices of Princeton University’s Shamus Khan and Patrick Sharkey, and Nevada State College sociologist and Associate Vice Provost, Gwen Sharp, the course dives into a broad range of topics, including social class, deviance, religion, and gender and sexuality. The digital-first work integrates with your LMS, and offers assessments, analytics, student activities and study tools. Each chapter addresses a subfield of sociology, and will be updated to include newsworthy developments such as the Black Lives Matter movement and the COVID-19 pandemic. Faculty adopters can adapt and customize the material in real-time to fit their local classroom needs.

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A Sociology Experiment

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