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hi john
          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
pat


--On Friday, October 07, 2005 9:58 AM -0500 John Glass <[log in to unmask]>
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> hello
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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
> irrelevant.
> thanks much
>
> john
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