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Book of the Year

Each year, sociology and criminology faculty choose a book written by a sociologist or criminologist that is based on current research, critical analysis of society or another current topic that ties in to these areas of study. The book is used in all Principles of Sociology courses that year and in various other classes where the book topic applies.

2019-20 Book of the Year:

Rage Becomes Her: The Power of Women’s Anger
Soraya Chemaly

Contact Information
Amie Hess
Head, Department of Sociology & Criminology
210 Lux Hall
(919) 760-8016
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