Sociology OCR A-Level : possible questions?

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Does anyone have any possible questions that could come up for this thursdays exam (15th may)?
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Hey, there's a thread on the exam here: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=2571568

the_sociology_scholar predicted that these may come up:

Possible Questions
G671 May 2014

Question 1 (8 marks)-
• Define the concept of cultural diversity. Illustrate your answer with examples. (pg 7)
• Define the concept of ethnicity. Illustrate your answer with examples. (pg 57)
• Define the concept of multiculturalism. Illustrate your answer with examples. (pg 8)

Question 2 (16 marks)-
• Outline and explain how any two agents of socialization contribute to the formation of age identity. (pg 71+72)
• Outline and explain two ways in which young people are influenced by their peers. (pg 53+71)
• Outline and explain how any two agents of socialization contribute to ethnic identity. (pgs 61-65)
• Outline and explain two ways in which education socialises individuals. (pg 18+38)
• Outline and explain two ways through which individuals experience social control. (pg 25+26)

Question 3 (24 marks)-
• Explain and briefly evaluate the view that ethnicity is the most important source of an individual’s identity. (pg 56-65)
• Explain and briefly evaluate the role of the peer group in creating and reinforcing ethnic identities. (pgs 56-65)
• Explain and briefly evaluate the role of the family in creating and reinforcing ethnic identity. (pgs 56-65)
• Explain and briefly evaluate the view that age is the most important source of an individual’s identity. (pgs 66-72)

Question 4 (52 marks)-

• Using the pre-release material and your wider sociological knowledge, explain and evaluate the use of mixed methods in researching the importance of integrative play. (pgs 98-102)
• Using the pre-release material and your wider sociological knowledge, explain and evaluate the use of quantitative data collection methods in researching the importance of integrative play. (pgs 79-89)
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(Original post by kwameabdul)
Hey, there's a thread on the exam here: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=2571568

the_sociology_scholar predicted that these may come up:

Possible Questions
G671 May 2014

Question 1 (8 marks)-
• Define the concept of cultural diversity. Illustrate your answer with examples. (pg 7)
• Define the concept of ethnicity. Illustrate your answer with examples. (pg 57)
• Define the concept of multiculturalism. Illustrate your answer with examples. (pg 8)

Question 2 (16 marks)-
• Outline and explain how any two agents of socialization contribute to the formation of age identity. (pg 71+72)
• Outline and explain two ways in which young people are influenced by their peers. (pg 53+71)
• Outline and explain how any two agents of socialization contribute to ethnic identity. (pgs 61-65)
• Outline and explain two ways in which education socialises individuals. (pg 18+38)
• Outline and explain two ways through which individuals experience social control. (pg 25+26)

Question 3 (24 marks)-
• Explain and briefly evaluate the view that ethnicity is the most important source of an individual’s identity. (pg 56-65)
• Explain and briefly evaluate the role of the peer group in creating and reinforcing ethnic identities. (pgs 56-65)
• Explain and briefly evaluate the role of the family in creating and reinforcing ethnic identity. (pgs 56-65)
• Explain and briefly evaluate the view that age is the most important source of an individual’s identity. (pgs 66-72)

Question 4 (52 marks)-

• Using the pre-release material and your wider sociological knowledge, explain and evaluate the use of mixed methods in researching the importance of integrative play. (pgs 98-102)
• Using the pre-release material and your wider sociological knowledge, explain and evaluate the use of quantitative data collection methods in researching the importance of integrative play. (pgs 79-89)
oh my goodness :eek: thank you sooo much
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(Original post by kwameabdul)
hey, there's a thread on the exam here: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=2571568

the_sociology_scholar predicted that these may come up:

Possible questions
g671 may 2014

question 1 (8 marks)-
• define the concept of cultural diversity. Illustrate your answer with examples. (pg 7)
• define the concept of ethnicity. Illustrate your answer with examples. (pg 57)
• define the concept of multiculturalism. Illustrate your answer with examples. (pg 8)

question 2 (16 marks)-
• outline and explain how any two agents of socialization contribute to the formation of age identity. (pg 71+72)
• outline and explain two ways in which young people are influenced by their peers. (pg 53+71)
• outline and explain how any two agents of socialization contribute to ethnic identity. (pgs 61-65)
• outline and explain two ways in which education socialises individuals. (pg 18+38)
• outline and explain two ways through which individuals experience social control. (pg 25+26)

question 3 (24 marks)-
• explain and briefly evaluate the view that ethnicity is the most important source of an individual’s identity. (pg 56-65)
• explain and briefly evaluate the role of the peer group in creating and reinforcing ethnic identities. (pgs 56-65)
• explain and briefly evaluate the role of the family in creating and reinforcing ethnic identity. (pgs 56-65)
• explain and briefly evaluate the view that age is the most important source of an individual’s identity. (pgs 66-72)

question 4 (52 marks)-

• using the pre-release material and your wider sociological knowledge, explain and evaluate the use of mixed methods in researching the importance of integrative play. (pgs 98-102)
• using the pre-release material and your wider sociological knowledge, explain and evaluate the use of quantitative data collection methods in researching the importance of integrative play. (pgs 79-89)
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