Simplified Sociology For Beginners: Equip Yourself With Some Common Terms in Sociology, provides a befitting introduction to the study of Social systems and networks to lay persons who may need to acquaint themselves with the study of human relations; and/or people who may want to know how human beings relate with one another in the community. For example, why is it difficult for Africans to abandon polygamy - a trend that appears outdated in the 21st century? What is Sociology? What are the approaches in doing Sociology? What is cultural relativism? What causes Social change? What are the dimensions of Social? Other key concepts in Sociology covered in this book include: fundamental aspects of culture, social norms, social control, social institutions, social organizations, groupings in society, cultural universals, status inversion, and ethnocentrism. It is also relevant to cultural studies, social anthropology and all human science students. It is a must reading for people of all walks of life who must know how to relate with one another effectively in their respective places - as it is a simplified version of sociological studies. Certainly, human beings are are social beings!