September 18, 2012

Everyday Sociology Talk: Advice for Sociology Graduate Students

Richard Appelbaum (UCSB) and Deborah Carr (Rutgers) offer some suggestions to new students about how to have a successful graduate school career.

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Essentials of Sociology, the book of Deborah Carr, is awsome.

Choosing a career after graduation brings pressure to the newly graduates but thanks to Richard and Deborah for a great help!

Great help in understanding more about Sociology

The insights by Richard and Deborah are very helpful in decision making. Thanks a lot!

this is great especially in understanding socialogy

Is Rutgers a good school for sociology?

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