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?

Positivism and visibility is great advice. Looking for work is work in itself and therefore calls for good organisational skills. Thanks for sharing.

Understanding the study of human behavior. Credit to you.

This video is educative. Thanks to you!

Informative article. Thank you for sharing.

Thank you for the article. very informative.

Great advice

Great video. Very educative.

Watching and Listening to that video clearly its inspiring.

Need more of these videos.

Great video there. I posted it at website design

Great. This videos offers awesome insight into sociology.

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