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The Sociology Ring was started in order to connect the growing number of web sites dealing with the profession. Academic and clinical sociologists, sociology students (graduate or undergraduate), and others are welcome to join the ring. Your page should, however, possess at least some sociological content or relevance. If you are interested, please go to the Sociology Ring's homepage. More information is provided there.

 

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   Radical Feminist Theory and/or Academia Preview Go
A repository of the theoretical writings of a not-so-successful academic sociologist and feminist theory junkie
   A Sociological Tour Through Cyberspace Preview Go
Exercise the old sociological imagination with wide-ranging excursions into such areas as the sociology of time, death and dying, social gerontology, family, social psychology, sociology of knowledge, stratification, and more.
   Roberto Rodriguez page on higher education Preview Go
Personal page with authorīs work in progress (about Mexican higher educational system and Latin America higher educational system). Links with Mexican Council of Education Research and other educational research centers


   History Mechanics - laws for history and economy Preview Go
History Mechanics. Laws that helps to understand history and economic processes and developement of human communities. New clasifications of political systems (feudal, populistic, democratic) and economic crisises (overproduction, stagflation). Flaws of comparative advantage theory and problem of free trade. Reasons for democracy and tyrany.
   internet sociology Preview Go
a research site to publish papers on my research of the net as well as interesting links. i am working on a masters' thesis concerning the use of the www by non-governmental organizations engaged in social change movements.






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