- SUBJECT DESCRIPTION
Advanced Sociological Perspectives: In our A-Level Sociology program, students will engage with advanced sociological perspectives, exploring key theories such as functionalism, conflict theory, symbolic interactionism, and feminist sociology. They will critically analyse these perspectives and apply them to real-world social issues.
Social Institutions and Structures: Our program covers in-depth analyses of social institutions and structures, including family, education, religion, and the state. Students will examine how these institutions shape and are shaped by society, considering the impact of power, inequality, and social change.
Globalisation and Social Change: Building on GCSE concepts, students will delve deeper into the effects of globalisation on social structures, cultures, and identities. They will analyse global interconnectedness, migration patterns, and the challenges posed by a rapidly changing world.
Research Methods in Advanced Sociology: Students will refine their research skills, exploring both qualitative and quantitative research methods in depth. They will design and conduct their research projects, applying ethical considerations and critically evaluating existing research.
Exam Preparation and Independent Research: We provide extensive guidance for exam preparation, including practice papers and strategies for success in A-Level Sociology examinations. Students will also undertake independent research projects, further developing their analytical and critical thinking skills.
Our A-Level Sociology program is designed to align with the Edexcel and AQA exam board specifications, offering students a rigorous and comprehensive exploration of sociological concepts. With a focus on advanced theories, in-depth analysis, and independent research, students will be well-prepared for A-Level examinations and beyond. Join Tuition Quest and embark on a journey of sociological exploration and academic excellence at the advanced level.