Wayne Brekhus discusses his co-authored article, On the Contributions of Cognitive Sociology to the Sociological Study of Race In the interview, Dr. Brekhus answers questions such as: What is cognitive sociology? How did he become interested in the cognitive perspective? Why is it so critical that we study race using the cognitive model? To listen to the interview, CLICK HERE !! AND… After you watch the interview, read the article by clicking here!!
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City & Society is intended to foster debate and conceptual development in urban, national, and transnational anthropology, particularly in their interrelationships. It seeks to promote communication with related disciplines of interest to members of SUNTA and to develop theory from a comparative perspective.
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