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Sociologists At Work: The Craft of Social Research

By Hammond, Phillip E. (Ed.)

Garden City, NY: Anchor (#A598)/ Doubleday, 1967. Oversize Paperback. GOOD+. Tight, bright, age soiled exterior, clean interior (only markings are on index), faint curl. Covers have creased corner , slight bump has creased some page corners, hinge and spine creases. "collection of case histories, thirteen leading American sociologists describe in detail the complete stories of major research projects in which they have been involved..."


The History of U.S. Ethnic Policy and Its Impact on European Ethnics
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The History of U.S. Ethnic Policy and Its Impact on European Ethnics

By Lescott-Leszczynski

Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1984. (replica). Trade Paperback. VERY GOOD. Tight, bright, clean, faint curl. Tape on spine, owner's name. US ethnic policy regarding immigration, the impact of the civil rights movement, bilingual teaching, Affirmative Action, indicators of change… ISBN: 0865318255.


Sociological Inquiry: Volume 72, Number 2, Spring 2002
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Sociological Inquiry: Volume 72, Number 2, Spring 2002

By Faupel, Charles E. (Ed.)

Auburn, AL: Auburn University, Department of Sociology, 2002. Trade Paperback. Tight, bright, clean, slight curl. Bumped bottom corner. 351 pages. Journal of the international sociology honor Society (Alpha Kappa Delta) includes: Coopting change toward industrial democracy; Japanese and American identities; Kin effects on black-white account and homeownership; Resentment and resentiment; Community colleges and the school to work transition; Social capital is process; Women poverty and domestic violence. 351 pages + advertisements.


Black Awakening in Capitalist America: An Analytic History

By Allen, Robert L

Garden City, NY: Doubleday Anchor (#A759), 1970. Paperback. VERY GOOD+. Tight, bright, clean interior, light age soil to exterior, square. Appears unread. 305 pages. "discusses the relationship between the power elite and Black discontent...finds very little difference between those motivations and methods which create and maintain colonialism abroad and those which prevent Black self-determination in the United States."


The Making of a Counter Culture:Reflection on the Technocratic Society and its youthful opposition

By Roszak, Theodore 

Garden City, NY: Anchor(A607, 1969. Paperback. GOOD+. "Reflections on the technocratic society and its youthful opposition. Examines in detail some of the leading influences on the youthful counter culture." Cover, light crease and soiling. Some underlining.


Sometimes God Has a Kid's Face:The story of America's exploited street kids


NY: Covenant House , 1988. (1st Edition). Paperback. VERY GOOD. "Father Ritter's Covenant House programs have become the yardstick by which others are measured." Light soil. Crease on front cover. Yellowing to page edges. Appears unread.


The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life
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The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life

By Goffman, Erving. 

NY: Doubleday/Anchor   , 1959. Paperback. VERY GOOD. "Human behavior in social situations and the way that we appear to others." Light soiling, creased spine, crease on bottom corner of back cover.