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Hi, im new to TSR so im not 100% sure on how this works, but im due to be choosomg my AS subjects soon and im really struggling. I just wanted to ask about the A Level sociology course and what it includes/ if it is a good choice or not? Is it recognised by uni's? And does it complement my possible other choices, biology and geography?
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Im in my second year of studying sociology A - level, theres different topics to choose from, at my school we do beliefs in society, crime and deviance. The two compulsory topics are families and education. Its a lot of learning theories and applying them, functionalists, marxists, feminists etc.
to see more you could look at some past papers and get a feel of the exam!
http://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/socio...logy-7191-7192
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Im in my second year of studying sociology A - level, theres different topics to choose from, at my school we do beliefs in society, crime and deviance. The two compulsory topics are families and education. Its a lot of learning theories and applying them, functionalists, marxists, feminists etc.
to see more you could look at some past papers and get a feel of the exam!
http://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/socio...logy-7191-7192
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(Original post by thirteenreasons)
Im in my second year of studying sociology A - level, theres different topics to choose from, at my school we do beliefs in society, crime and deviance. The two compulsory topics are families and education. Its a lot of learning theories and applying them, functionalists, marxists, feminists etc.
to see more you could look at some past papers and get a feel of the exam!
http://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/socio...logy-7191-7192
pretty new to this so if someone could PLEASE help me and get me an answer to this i swear i'd appreciate it, ive no idea how to deal with the following question : 'Explain and assess the view that posts-feminists provide the most plausible explanation in terms of gender inequality within families' could someone please please please answer this? AS Level Sociology and currently dying as ive 5 hours to go and im not sure how i'll face my teacher. HELP. thank you!
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