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This activity helps revise the topic of 'Research Methods' for A Level Sociology. You are presented with 10 multi-choice questions, each with four possible answers. Your task is to score the...

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Research Methods - "Card Drop" activity

These "Codecracker" revision activities help students test their knowledge and understanding of Studies in Education. QUIZ A

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Studies in Education - "Codecracker" Activities
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Education - "Clear the Deck"

This activity helps revise the topic of 'Education' for A Level Sociology. The onscreen grid will show 8 key phrases and their definitions. Your task is to match each phrase with...

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Education - "Clear the Deck"

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Education: Revision Guide for AQA A Level Sociology

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Learning Activities

Education - "Clear the Deck"

This activity helps revise the topic of 'Education' for A Level Sociology. The onscreen grid will show 8 key phrases and their definitions. Your task is to match each phrase with...

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Education - "Clear the Deck"
Learning Activities

Education - "Card Drop" activity

This activity helps revise the topic of 'Education' for A Level Sociology. You are presented with 10 multi-choice questions, each with four possible answers. Your task is to score the highest...

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Education - "Card Drop" activity

Try this engaging activity to revise the Education topic for A-Level Socioogy. There are five questions in this activity. Each question has two steps: Step 1: identify the 5 "impossible" answers based...

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Education - Impossible 5 Revision Activity

Here's an inspirational and informative video that is ideal for open days and assemblies when you want to promote A-Level Sociology at open days and in assemblies!

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Why Study A-Level Sociology - The Video

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Sociological Perspectives - Classroom Poster Collection

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There is no doubt that the ownership of the mainstream media in the UK is concentrated in very few hands.

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Who Owns the UK Media?

One important debate about the new media is the question of who controls it.

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Who Controls the New Media?

Curran and Seaton (2003) have written about the role of the media in society over a number of years, and in 2003 updated their research to consider the role of the new...

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Attitudes to New Media

Sociologists are not all in agreement about the extent to which the move towards new media is really a very significant or revolutionary change.

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Is New Media Revolutionary?

The term media refers to the predominant means of communication (such as television and newspapers), particularly of mass communication, hence the term mass media. The new media are those types...

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What are the New Media?

Here is an overview of some key results statistics for A Level Sociology in 2018.

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A Level Sociology Exam Statistics for 2018

Sometimes referred to as an actuarial approach to crime, these crime prevention strategies are based on identifying individuals and groups who are most at risk of committing crime and intervening...

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Social and Community Crime Prevention

Situational crime prevention refers to how, in certain situations, adaptations can be made to prevent criminal acts. It involves looking at what crimes people commit, and where they commit them,...

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Situational Crime Prevention

The Criminal Justice System (CJS) is a broad and collective term for a wide range of institutions and systems that exist to prevent, detect and prosecute crime as well as...

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Social Control: Criminal Justice System

There are several sociological explanations for the nature of police discretion. Discretion is the idea that the police have some leeway as to when and how seriously they will enforce...

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Social Control: Police Discretion

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