Learning sociology starts here!!!
Welcome to sociology, the academic subject which finds the extraordinary in the ordinary world around you.
Though intended to meet the needs of A’ level sociology students, the extensive range of materials available gives any reader with the opportunity to get an insight into the dynamics of the social world around them.
The Family – Chapter 1 explores the role of the family in society with along accompanying sociology revision notes so you can revise sociology of the family through our bespoke revision images. NEW!! Kindle family revision book including a large test-yourself section or just download the test-yourself section now.
The Media – Chapter 5 explores the manner in which the media provides our ‘window’ on the world along with the accompanying revision notes enabling you to revise the sociology of the media.
Wealth, Poverty and Welfare – Chapter 7 examines the relationship between income and life-chances along with the all important revision images for wealth, poverty and welfare. NEW!!! Kindle Wealth, Poverty and Welfare revision book available to download now.
Social theory – Chapter 8 takes you through the various sociological theories used by sociologists. Each theory is explained in an accessible fashion before moving into greater depth.
Suicide – Chapter 9 explores the usefulness of studying suicide for sociologists
Methodology – Chapter 10 Is sociology a science and can it be value free? This page provides links to the various methodological principles which underpin a sociologists chosen research method.
Revision resources page – you can revise for any sociology examination with variety of sociology revision resources from sociology podcasts to sociological revision images so you can revise sociology research methods, and sociological theory
This online service also provides you with a diverse wealth of sociology resources from 523 free films to a sociology gift-shop and bookshop which will allow you to explore and interact with the stimulating subject of sociology as well as revise for any sociology examination.
These resources have been designed to help develop the reader’s sociological understanding as well as developing their general knowledge and understanding too. With access to free online courses from leading universities as well as a mental pool of resources at brainpickings.org.