Now I am going to step AWAY from the computer and STAY away until I have finished writing a 6-8 page paper on the tenets of snake handlers in Appalachia using the first person accounts in Brown and McDonald's book, a 6-8 page paper linking Berger & Luckmann's The Social Construction of Reality: A Treatise in the Sociology of Knowledge with my research topic of the transition between middle school and high school and prepared a debate arguing that historically, the primary determination of who receives the death penalty in the United States is race.
When I'm done, I can have my internet back. Husband is going to help me out here and disconnect the wi-fi because I have no self control.
Both of those books are listed on the right in my Goodreads box but the only one I would recommend is the Snake handler one which is fascinating. The Berger-Luckmann is PAINFUL and should be burned.