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Grey Areas: Interdisciplinary Concepts and the Crafters of Social Science

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by: Robb Elton
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Publication Date: July 8, 2021
Book Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Pages: 144
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White
ISBN: 9781637907092
$14.99

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Book Synopsis
LOOKING BACK TO ANCIENT MESOPOTAMIA we find Gilgamesh at the founding of the first city, Uruk (present-day Iraq), and early religions. From civilization sprang social unrest, war, discourse, and finally codification of law. The same concepts that bound humans then, bind us today. It is through the interdisciplinary character of human behavior that we have learned much about human culture, spawning disciplines such as criminology, psychology, and sociology.


This book brings you through history and explores practical concepts that you can use yourself to become a more effective human. This is a valuable primer for sociology, psychology, criminology that acquaints readers to essential ‘crafters’ who laid the foundations in these areas. Within the primer are practical frameworks and chapters on: meditation, seratonin, free-will, DURKHEIM, MERTON, SUTHERLAND, MASLOW, WEBER, DU BOIS — even VIDOCQ. Dr. Elton coalesces practical wisdom for self-improvement or as intro to social sciences.
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About The Author
Dr. Elton specializes in research, practice, and instruction in the areas of criminology, reservation boundary security, and higher education. His DCJ dissertation intersects Homeland Security principles, tribal sovereignty, and the phenomenon of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women.
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