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I read this article on the Mariella Frostrup column with interest as it examines a man's question about whether his girlfriend would 'love him less if he earned less than...

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Equality of Pay and Gender Differences
22nd February 2018

Modern Slavery

The following article follows a man called Stephen who had been trafficked from Hanoi, Vietnam and ended up working in a cannabis farm in the UK.

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Modern Slavery

A comprehensive digital study companion for the AQA A Level Sociology Core Topic: Crime & Deviance

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Crime & Deviance: AQA A Level Sociology Topic Companion
20th February 2018

The Enlightenment Now

One potentially tricky area of sociology is the study of modernity and how this fits with the bigger picture of studying society, both in the past, the present and looking...

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The Enlightenment Now
19th February 2018

Education for Refugees

The following article examines the ability to enter education for two teenage boys in two different countries.

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Education for Refugees
16th February 2018

British Stereotypes

A bit of a daft video link for Friday!

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British Stereotypes
15th February 2018

Commuting

Millions (if not billions!) of people around the world commute to get to work.

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Commuting
14th February 2018

Getting all the Data

The Census is collected and published every 10 years in the UK. The data gathered shows the makeup (e.g., gender, ages, ethnicity, employment figures) for a particular population.

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Getting all the Data

This collection of six classroom posters covers a series of core sociological perspectives. Your poster pack contains six a2-sized full colour posters.

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Sociological Perspectives - Classroom Poster Collection Vol 1
13th February 2018

Votes for Women: 100 Years

Last week saw the centenary of the vote for (some) women in the UK. The change in the law (Representation of the People Act, 1918) allowed some other groups of men...

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Votes for Women: 100 Years
12th February 2018

Marriage

The following article is an opinion piece about marriage.

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Marriage
9th February 2018

The Opioid Crisis

The following article focuses on the opioid crisis in Australia.

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The Opioid Crisis
8th February 2018

The British Empire

Another useful documentary series (once again from the BBC!) this time looking at the British Empire.

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The British Empire
7th February 2018

Megacities

The following video explores episode one of a documentary series originally aired on BBC One looking at megacities.

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Megacities
6th February 2018

Irish Abortion Referendum

The following video highlights the Irish government’s decision to hold a nationwide vote into abortion rules. Significantly, the government has chosen to hold the referendum in May, when students...

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Irish Abortion Referendum

So, apparently one’s political views are linked to a person’s attractiveness…

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Political Views and Attractiveness

The following video from Channel 4 News is the full interview between journalist Cathy Newman and the clinical psychologist Jordan Peterson.

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Channel 4 News: Jordan Peterson

Tim Cook the CEO of Apple and Malala Yousafzai the women’s rights campaigner are teaming up to help lead a program to get more girls into education in countries...

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Helping Underprivileged Girls: Education
31st January 2018

Land Use in Hong Kong

As some of the world’s cities are growing ever larger, government policy makers are now tasked with devising more creative ways to maximise land use.

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Land Use in Hong Kong
30th January 2018

Inequality Gap Widens

The following article examines a recent report published by Oxfam to coincide with the meeting of some of the world’s richest people in Davos, Switzerland.

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Inequality Gap Widens
29th January 2018

Open Borders

Should countries have open borders?

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Open Borders

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