800 Laws in Sociology – 5th Edition
Not for sociologists only. This reference book introduces sociological terms and key ideas that are organized by subject. It will springboard any reader into deeper sociological study or to have as a reference book.
800 Laws in Sociology is a concise book organized into 74 chapters that coincide to the content sequence of most intro sociology textbooks. None of the 800 laws are laws in the legal sense. Instead, these laws can be viewed as factors or principles that clarify 74 common social science topics. The book includes 44 tables and a glossary.
Mark Bird has taught at three colleges and was a sociologist with the U.S. Department of the Interior. He has major academic interests in the areas of theory, poverty, and water. He has a patent that purports to reduce the cost of seawater desalination by over 80 percent. He has been favorably and publicly recognized by two former Nevada governors. He was once invited to testify on water before a U.S. Senate committee.