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    • Can you think of examples of MACRO and MICRO sociology in education?
    • Macro Sociology
      Social class Gender Ethnicity
      = society
    • Micro Sociology
      Labelling Subcultures
      = focus on individuals in society
    • Brainstorm the key ideas about Functionalist, Marxist and New Right view of Education
    • E.G Functionalist view of Education
      KEY IDEAS= Meritocracy, social solidarity, role allocation, specialist skills, universalistic standards and achieved status
      These ideas shape how sociologists look at issues and determine what they see.....
      “ National Curriculum provides meritocracy, myth of meritocracy (Marxism), comprehensivisation”
    • Key terms
      Hypothesis: A precise, testable statement or prediction about the expected outcome of an investigation.
    • How would you define.....
      HAPPINESS
    • How would you define....
      LOVE
    • How would you define......
      ANTISOCIAL
    • Key terms
      Operationalisation: the process of breaking down a hypothesis or research aim into measurable and observable components or questions
    • Research methods
      In your group I want you to:
      Define the research method
      Give real life examples/scenario of when this research method has been used
      Strengths- what’s good about it?
      Weaknesses- what limitations does it have? (consider practical issues)
    • Methods in context
      Look through your notes on Education and pick two examples of studies which have used the following research methods....
    • Bingo
      Macro Theory Micro
      Primary Secondary Research
      Hypothesis operationalisation
      Experiment Observation
      Questionnaire Interview