‘The Great Wall of China’ by Michael Lewis: A history of China’s Great Wall

The Great Wall in China, the ancient wall that spans the whole country, is the biggest and most powerful barrier separating the north and south.In the early years of the communist system, when China’s economy was in the midst of rapid growth, the walls were more than just physical barriers.They were a vital source of economic power.They served as the […]

Which sociological perspective are you most familiar with?

Sociological perspectives on three different levels of sociological analysis, from macro level to secondary group sociological analyses.Topics: sociologists,community-and-society,government-and/or-politics,government,united-states

The sociology of internalization: From self-esteem to the sociology of self-doubt

Internalized attitudes are among the most powerful influences on the development of our values, according to a new study by the University of Sydney’s School of Social Sciences.The sociology of inner-city children and young adults was developed as part of the University’s Global Change Research Institute (GCRI) programme to identify the connections between human capital and social capital, and how […]