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Subject Sociology

DOI: 10.1111/b.9781405124331.2007.00022.x


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Panopticon Paradigms Parental Involvement in Education Pareto, Vilfredo (1848–1923) Park, Robert E. (1864–1944) and Burgess, Ernest W. (1886–1966) Parsons, Talcott (1902–1979) Part 1 Crimes Passing Paternalism Path Analysis Patient-Physician Relationship Patriarchy Peace and Reconciliation Processes Peace-Making Pedagogy Pedophilia Peer Debriefing Peer Review and Quality Control in Science Peirce, Charles Sanders (1839–1914) Pentecostalism Performance Ethnography Performance Measurement Performativity Personal is Political Phenomenology Photography Pietism Place Plastic Sexuality Plastic Words Play Play Stage Playboy Plural Society Pluralism, American Pluralism, British Poetics, Social Science Pogroms Polanyi, Karl (1886–1964) Police Political Economy Political Economy of Science Political Economy and Sport Political Leadership Political Machine Political Opportunities Political Parties Political Process Theory Political sociology Politics Politics and Media Politics and Sport Pollution Zones, Linear and Planar Polyamory Polyethnicity Popper, Karl (1902–1994) Popular culture Popular Culture Forms Popular Culture Icons Popular Music across the Life Course Popular Religiosity Population and Development Population and Economy Population and the Environment Population and Gender Populism Pornography and Erotica Positive Deviance Positive Sociology Positivism Postcarbon Sociology Postcolonialism ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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