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for one fragment of an intro course, you could try Domhoff
Who Rules America? (latest edition, i think 2). it is network driven.
your nausea suggests that you are swimming against the tide. the
individualistic streak of U.S. sociology is wide and deep, alas.
hope this helps
--On Friday, October 07, 2005 9:58 AM -0500 John Glass <[log in to unmask]>
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> i was hoping that some of you on the list might be able to give me some
> suggestions for teaching an introductory sociology course based on
> network principles. specifically, any text(s) that you might recommend. i
> have some ideas on how to structure the course, but am lacking any
> reading that might be better suited to first-year students.
> i appreciate any suggestions you might have; teaching from the "standard"
> perspective is really getting nauseating and more and more seems
> thanks much
> John E. Glass, Ph.D.
> Professor of Sociology
> Colin County Community College
> Preston Ridge Campus
> 9700 Wade Boulevard
> Frisco, TX 75035
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