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Haralambos and Holborn – Sociology Themes and Perspectives Paperback – 28 May 2013
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Didn't like the column layout and font size, which I found difficult to read at times, and it just looked tiring due to the text density on the pages.
Recommend for newcomers to sociology, but I didn't dare use it beyond that. I referenced it in my first ever sociology essay at uni and my tutor almost slapped me. Told me to use it as a pointer to other, more respected sources.