Sociology - Introduction

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Most Sociology books are on the Ground Floor in the University Library but numbers in the 360s are on the First Floor. Useful classmarks include:

ageing - 305.26
consumption/consumer culture - 306.3
Crime (causes) - 364.2
culture & institutions - 306
ethics - 170
family - 306.85
gender - 305.3
media (mass communications) - 302.234
race - 305.8
risk - 302.13
social change - 303.4
social theory - 301.01
youth culture - 306.1


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