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Introductory

Sociological Perspectives

This material covers a range of perspectives:

Structure and Action; Functionalism; Marxism; Feminism; Interactionism and Postmodernism.

Research Methods


This covers:

1. The distinctions between primary and secondary data and quantitative and qualitative data

2. The Research Process and Sampling Techniques
3. The different quantitative and qualitative methods and sources of data, including questionnaires, interviews, observation techniques and experiments, and documents and official statistics: Part 1

4. The different quantitative and qualitative methods and sources of data, including questionnaires, interviews, observation techniques and experiments, and documents and official statistics: Part 2

5. The Relationship between Positivism, Interpretivism and Sociological Research Methods

6. The theoretical, practical and ethical considerations influencing the choice of topic, choice of method(s) and the conduct of research

Mass Media


Revision maps covering:

1. Different explanations of the relationship between ownership and control of the mass media
2. Different explanations of the relationship between the mass media and ideology

3. Different explanations of the processes of selection and presentation of media content

4. The role of the mass media in representations of age, social class, ethnicity, gender, sexuality and disability

Power and Politics



Revision Maps:

1. The Role of Political Parties and Movements, Pressure / Interest Groups and the Mass Media in the Political Process

2. Explanations of the Nature and Distribution of Power

3. The Role of the Modern State

4. Different Political Ideologies and their Relationship to Different Political Parties

5. The Nature of, and Changes in, Different Forms of Political Participation, including Voting Behaviour  

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Family

Definitions and Theories
Family and Household Diversity
Couples and Children
Couples and Children 2
Family and Wider Society

Education

Social Context
Inside Schools
Educational Achievement

Crime and Deviance

Nature and Definition
Measurement, Extent and Distribution
Theories
Social Control
Social Distribution of Crime: Age | Gender | Ethnicity | Region

Mass Media

Basic indication of revision requirements for:
Nature and form of the mass media;
Media content;
Media audiences;
Popular culture and Identities.

Theory 1

Postmodernism
Marxist/Radical Feminism
Functionalism / Marxism
Interactionism / Liberal Feminism

Weberian / New Right

Theory 2

[Laura Brickwood]

Sociological Theory / Marxism
Feminist Perspectives
Functionalism and Interactionism

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Introductory

Defining Sociology

Culture and Socialisation
Perspectives

Family

Concepts and Definitions

Concepts and Definitions 2

Definitions and Perspectives

Recent Demographic Change

Changing Family Patterns

Social Policy

Social Policy 2

Recent Trends

Family Diversity

Family Diversity 2

Explanations for Family Diversity

Power Relationships

Families and Children

Dark Side of Family Life

Social Change

Power Relationships

Crime and Deviance



Defining Crime and Deviance 1

Defining Crime and Deviance 2
Social Reactions to Deviance

Research Methods

Process

Methods

Methodology

Education

Role

Differential Achievement

State Policies

School Relationships and Processes

Mass Media

Ownership and Control

Ideology

Content selection, Representation and Presentation

Audiences

Wealth, Poverty, Welfare

Definitions

Explaining Inequality

Poverty: Existence ad Persistence

Solutions to Poverty

Welfare Provision


Revision


Resources

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