ABSTRACT

This is the first introductory sociology text to look at Britain in terms of its geographical position within Europe and its political and economic situation as a member of the European Union.

chapter |8 pages

Introduction

part |1 pages

Part one: The Making of Modern Europe

part |1 pages

Part two: The Making of the Modern European

chapter 5|31 pages

Social Stratification

chapter 7|14 pages

Racism lmmigration and migrant Labour

chapter 8|12 pages

Winners and Losers: Young people in Europe

chapter 9|26 pages

Old Age in Europe

part |2 pages

Part three: Social Processes and Contemporary Issues

chapter 10|18 pages

Families in Europe

chapter 11|19 pages

Education in Europe

chapter 12|17 pages

Religion in Europe

chapter 13|15 pages

Work, Employment and unemployment

part |2 pages

Part four: The Individual and the State in Contemporary Europe

part |2 pages

Part five: Looking Forward: Challenges Facing Europe

chapter 20|22 pages

Urban Change and Urban problems

chapter 21|12 pages

Peripheral Nationalism in the European Union