Unit 1 - Studying society
Sociological terms and concepts.
What a sociological approach means [ ]
What a journalistic appr...
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  1. 1. Unit 1 - Studying society Sociological terms and concepts. What a sociological approach means [ ] What a journalistic approach means [ ] What a psychological approach means. [ ] What a biological approach means. [ ] What the term social control and social change means [ ] Examples of the ‘social structure’ (family, education, class) [ ] What the term culture and identity means [ ] What the terms race and ethnicity means [ ] What the term subculture means [ ] What the term gender means [ ] What the term socialisation means [ ] What the term age means [ ] Aspects of sociological research To know the advantages and disadvantages for the following methods…. Questionnaires [ ] Interviews [ ] Content analysis [ ] Longitudinal survey [ ] Non-participant and participant observation [ ] Official statistics [ ] To be able to know the difference between primary and secondary data [ ] Be able to interpret diagrams, charts, graphs [ ] Ethical issues [ ] Unit 2 - Education History of education (public, private, comprehensive, independent schooling) [ ] Current state of the education system (faith schools, testing, special needs, alternative educational provision, Marketisation) [ ] Functions of education (Marxist, functionalist, feminist) [ ] Formal and informal schooling (National and Hidden curriculum) [ ] Meritocracy debate [ ] Gender and achievement [ ] Ethnicity and achievement [ ] Social class and achievement [ ] Material and cultural deprivation [ ] Inschool factors (subcultures, teacher attention, labelling, streaming and setting, parental influence [ ] Role of education today (social mobility, Britishness, social cohesion, league tables) [ ] Unit 3 – Family Difference between a family and household [ ] Different types of family [ ] Family and life changes [ ] Marxist, Functionalist and feminist view on the role of the family [ ] Cultural diversity [ ] Lone-parents [ ] Role of man and woman [ ] Authority relationship between man and woman in the family [ ] Relationship between children and parents [ ] Critical view of the family (darker side) [ ] Patterns of fertility [ ] Increase in divorce and marriage [ ] Care for the elderly [ ] Arranged marriages [ ] Quality of parenting [ ] Life expectancy and infant mortality [ ] Government and family policies [ ]

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