In this second edition of Sociology for Caribbean Students, author Nasser Mustapha builds on the success of the earlier volume by continuing to demystify the science of Sociology for the introductory student. This text also stays true to the aims of the first edition by incorporating the perspective of the Caribbean and developing societies within the concepts and theories of Sociology. Fully up to date and in line with the requirements of the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE®) Sociology Syllabus, Sociology for Caribbean Students is divided into two major Units with three modules each. Topics such as the Family, Culture and Identity, Religion, Population Theories and Institutions of Social Control are explained in a student-friendly manner which speaks to the Caribbean reality. The book has been significantly revised to include new activities, data and exercises to clarify concepts and theories which may be difficult to grasp for the beginner in Sociology; and will thereby remain the preferred text for students.