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This new and revised edition of Sociology: A South African Perspective introduces sociological concepts and theories, and demonstrates how important these are to understanding South Africa, and what it means to be South African. It contains updated content on politics, culture, gender, family, religion, education and race, and the chapters on subjects crucial to the South African identity – health, sport, work, media and group dynamics – have also been revised. This second edition of Sociology: A South African Perspective is essential reading for all students taking sociology courses. It also helps those who would like to further examine forms of social structure and how they affect human attitudes, actions and opportunities within South Africa.