Social Truths

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Social Truths is about better understanding society to better understand ourselves. This book lays out a buffet of sociological nuggets about society, allowing you to take in deep concepts in bite-sized ways that are easily digestible and surprisingly delicious. Bon appetit!
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About Dan Brook

Dan is a writer, speaker, poet, photographer, activist, and professor of sociology. He lives and loves in San Francisco, even while exploring the world.

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Crissavol Lupher reviewed on April 10, 2013

"Social Truths" reminded me that our moral gut-checks are necessary hesitations that can lead to a correct view. What is morally acceptable in our culture is dynamic. We continuously make moral decisions within our lives--our actions ARE our morals. I look forward to reading more of his work.
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