Annual Review of Sociology, 2005, vol.31.0824322312
Annual review of sociology; v.31, 2005.
Ed. by Karen S. Cook and Douglas S. Massey.
The 17 articles of this collection present the current state of research on various questions in the field, written by scholars at American universities. The collection begins with an overview of the work and career of James S. Coleman James S. Coleman, born May 12, 1926 in Bedford, Indiana, died March 25, 1995 in Chicago, was an American sociologist. He was a sociological theorist, who studied the sociology of education, public policy, and was one of the earliest users of the term "social capital". (d.1995) by Peter V. Marsden (sociology, Harvard U.). A sampling of other topics featured includes identity politics, immigrant assimilation, new directions in corporate governance Corporate Governance
The relationship between all the stakeholders in a company. This includes the shareholders, directors, and management of a company, as defined by the corporate charter, bylaws, formal policy, and rule of law. , agency theory, multiethnic mul·ti·eth·nic
Of, relating to, or including several ethnic groups.
Adj. 1. multiethnic - involving several ethnic groups
multi-ethnic North American North American
named after North America.
North American blastomycosis
see North American blastomycosis.
North American cattle tick
see boophilusannulatus. cities, and new theories of care work.
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