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Year 13 Sociology students will find themselves no stranger to Professor Linda Woodhead’s research on religion and religiosity. Described in this article as a leading academic, Woodhead predicts...

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Welcome to Part 3 of this blog series, exploring the ‘any other religion’ option of the 2021 Census (the religion data was released in November 2022). “No religion” was the second most common...

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This is the second part of a series of blogs looking at what is meant by "any other religion" in the 2021 census data (released in November 2022). This time we are focusing on humanism.

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This week I’ve been thinking about what identifying as a religious individual really means. Our entire census data is built upon self-identification by individuals as belonging to a religious...

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I’m sure I wasn’t the only one inviting my friends over for a census reveal party before Christmas? (Food included Bergers, and a Bloch of cheese, washed down with some spiritual gin!)

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Sociology teachers often use case studies from South America when teaching Beliefs: from the Liberation Theology movement of the 1960s to the rise of Pentacostalism, and the high religiosity -...

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AQA has recently released an updated version of its popular teaching guide for A Level Sociology. Whilst this does not form an amendment to the specification, there are some interesting changes to...

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AQA has recently released an updated version of its popular teaching guide for A Level Sociology. Whilst this does not form an amendment to the specification, there are some interesting changes to...

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In Autumn 2022, AQA released an updated teachers guide which references works that students may wish to become familiar with. One of the new additions to the Global Development part of the...

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With the religion data from the 2021 UK Census due to be released at the end of November, I've thinking about the criticism around the potentially leading religion questions - the subject of...

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Can we ever be equal? Should we be equal? These core debates are explored through both conflict and consensus theories in Sociology.

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Although in the past it has been suggested that black churches hold true to traditional, stereotypical gender roles, there has been significant change in recent years providing us with a plethora...

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In a recent edition of The Conversation, Professor Ruth Mace of UCL discusses the evolution of the patriarchy and whether society will eventually become more equal.

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The release of the 39th British Social Attitudes Survey highlights regional divisions in social attitudes to the public crises of the 21st century.

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The Pew Research Report, released in 2022 estimates that over the last 15 years, those identifying as any form of Christian in the US has dropped from 78% to 63%.

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Being poor costs more. Here are four ways in which poor people are disadvantaged in how they consume goods.

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Giacomo Vagni recently published research suggesting that fathers are happier than mothers when parenting.

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Increasingly grandparents are being being drafted in to help with childcare. I am personally part of this cohort! Recent research suggests that 20% of grandparents find non-custodial childcare...

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I'm sure we're all getting excited for the release of the 2021 Census data!

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The Low Pay Britain 2022 report from the Resolution Foundation is the 12th annual report looking at the state of low pay in the UK, and the impact on peoples' lives across the country.

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