The purpose of this book is to use music as a tool to help students understand the structure and process of social life. Sociologically, music is important because it simultaneously contains and reflects a people''s language, values, feelings, concerns, and goals. The material in this innovative, compact supplement is current and relevant to the musical experiences of today''s college and university students and includes a companion web site that features an instructor''s guide, test bank, discussion questions, and links to relevant internet sites. To make the book easy to use in introductory sociology courses, it is structured along lines parallel to the way most instructors teach the course.
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