- SUBJECT DESCRIPTION
Introduction to Sociology: Our program introduces students to the foundational concepts of sociology, including key sociological perspectives, research methods, and the role of culture and socialisation.
Families and Households: Students will explore the structure and dynamics of families and households, examining topics such as marriage, divorce, parenting, and changing family structures. They will analyse the impact of social policies on family life.
Education: Our program covers sociological perspectives on education, addressing issues such as inequality, educational achievement, and the role of education in society. Students will explore the impact of factors like class, gender, and ethnicity on educational outcomes.
Crime and Deviance: We delve into the sociological study of crime and deviance, covering theories of crime, social control, and the criminal justice system. Students will analyse the impact of social factors on criminal behaviour.
Social Inequality: Our program explores social inequality, including the examination of social class, gender, ethnicity, and age as sources of inequality. Students will analyse patterns of social stratification and the implications for individuals and society.
Research Methods in Sociology: Students will develop research skills, learning about qualitative and quantitative research methods. They will explore ethical considerations and apply research methods to sociological inquiries.
Media and Mass Communication: Our program covers the role of media in society, examining how media shapes public opinion, influences culture, and reflects social norms. Students will analyse media representation and its impact on different social groups.
Globalisation and Social Change: We explore the impact of globalisation on societies and cultures. Students will analyse how global forces influence social change, including the spread of ideas, migration, and the interconnectedness of societies.
Our GCSE Sociology program is designed to prepare students for the Edexcel and AQA examinations, ensuring they have a strong grounding in sociological theories and methods. By exploring real-world examples and case studies, students will develop a nuanced understanding of societal structures and dynamics. Join Tuition Quest and embark on a journey of sociological exploration and academic achievement.