Sociologist Names?

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    My teacher said there is other 100 sociologists names for my sociology as exam next year, and I can hardly remember one!!
    How do you make it easy enough to remember the different sociologists and what they believed?
    I am studying ocr (i also learn using bright colours)
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    (Original post by charlottelouise3)
    My teacher said there is other 100 sociologists names for my sociology as exam next year, and I can hardly remember one!!
    How do you make it easy enough to remember the different sociologists and what they believed?
    I am studying ocr (i also learn using bright colours)
    Break it down into theories or whatever you're studying i.e.

    Functionalism:
    -Parsons (date) - society has functions, similar to the human body with organs
    -Durkheim (date) - people need to feel a sense of social solidarity

    Highlight their names and one sentence summarising their theories.
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    100? **** that man. You just need to remember a few names associated with each sociological theory - relevant topic. It's not too difficult as long as you revise You'll be going over them practically every lesson anyway.

    -I got an A-
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    (Original post by charlottelouise3)
    My teacher said there is other 100 sociologists names for my sociology as exam next year, and I can hardly remember one!!
    How do you make it easy enough to remember the different sociologists and what they believed?
    I am studying ocr (i also learn using bright colours)
    I did sociology new spec last year, I ran out of time to remember the sociologist names and I recommend knowing at least the key sociologists for the main theories and the one's your teachers recommended you learn.

    there's A LOT of a level sociologists on Quizlet you can use as resources as well as TSR so take a look at them - https://quizlet.com/subject/a-level-sociology/
    i guess you could aways make fashcards on Word and print them off

    I wished I'd made like pair up game with sociologist name / date of study / and the theory and matched them up to the right one as it was similar to how i learned my timetables in primary and I reckon it would have been a great way to learn them
 
 
 
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