This Insightful Volume Collects Essays From Some Of The Most Renowned Sociologists Working Today They Examine The Ways That Sociological Understanding Helps Them With Their Daily Experiences These Essays Reflect The Desire To Understand Experiences In A Broader Context Rather Than As Random And Isolated Events And How The Qualitative Approach Can Achieve That End Organized Around The Notion Of Place Public Places, Family Spaces, Interior Spaces, And Workplaces, The Essays Touch On The Major Sub Disciplines Within Sociology
Barry Glassner has appeared on numerous television and radio programs, and has written for the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and the Los Angeles Times A professor of sociology at USC, Glassner lives in Los Angeles His most recent book is THE GOSPEL OF FOOD Everything You Think You Know About Food Is Wrong.
- Qualitative Sociology as Everyday Life
- Barry Glassner
- 10 March 2017 Barry Glassner