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College Education: For the many or the few?

Should College education be available to the many or reserved for the few? Although many will...
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A Sociological Look At Prison Education Reform

Benjamin Frankilin – statesman, diplomat, printer, publisher, inventor and scientist returned...
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Marxism for Beginners

Students starting their A level in Sociology often find Marxism difficult or confusing - it...
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Sociology: Modernity or Postmodernity?

Sociology: Modernity or Postmodernity?   While a textbook definition of sociology states that:...

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    Formerly a university lecturer and a fully qualified teacher (PGCE). I am currently a junior partner in an educational centre, teaching A level Psychology, GCSE Biology/English and preparation for 11+ and 13+. I have a proven track record of success.
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    I am an enthusiastic, highly experienced and qualified specialist A-level sociology and government & politics teacher . I am an A level examiner for unit 3 of AQA A level Sociology (in other words I mark A level exam scripts).
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  • Conducting Research Using Social Media Data

    Paul Chappell, PhD University Sociology Tutor (Manchester) Picture As a sociologist with a particular interest in research methods, I often tell people that I'm interested in conducting social media research. When I say this, I find that people tend to assume that I mean research about the impact that social media has had on society since its inception a decade...
  • Marxism for Beginners

    Vicki-Marie A-level Sociology Tutor (Torquay) Picture Students starting their A level in Sociology often find Marxism difficult or confusing - it doesn't have to be! Marxism originates from the work of Marx and the rather neglected Engels.  It's described as a structural conflict theory.  This simply means that Marxism tends to make...
  • A Sociological Look At Prison Education Reform Editor's Pick

    Margaret Howarth A-level Sociology Tutor (Oldham) Picture Benjamin Frankilin – statesman, diplomat, printer, publisher, inventor and scientist returned from England in 1775 to North America where he helped draft the Declaration of Independence in 1776 that asserted the independence of the colonies and that renounced all political connection with Great...

 

  • Assessing the Relevance of Marxism for Education

    Julian Salisbury A-level Sociology Tutor (Crewe) Picture Marxism is a conflict structuralist perspective and as such it supports a passive ontological view. Ontology simply refers to an abstract view of the nature of man. Man is either active and has agency or self determination, or man is passive where identity and behaviour is largely determined by...
  • What do Crime Statistics mean?

    University Sociology Tutor (Milton Keynes) Picture I read with interest the ONS figures from the 2016 Crime Survey of England and Wales (CSEW). I have always been sceptical of crime figures that are thrown around casually, usually in the mainstream media to bolster some kind of agenda. In the Police they would often be used to justify that a...
  • Sociology: Modernity or Postmodernity?

    Michael Niman A-level Sociology Tutor (North London) Picture Sociology: Modernity or Postmodernity?   While a textbook definition of sociology states that: `sociology is the systematic (or planned and organised) study of human groups and social life in modern societies`, its focus is on the relationship between people and social institutions (family,...