AS Sociology AQA Functionalist views on education

AS Sociology AQA Functionalist views on education

Two worksheets: Functionalist views on education and an evaluation of Functionalist views on education. Both can be used alongside Ken Browne's 'Sociology for AQA Volume 1 textbook', though will also be useful without this book. I have also included some photos in a PowerPoint to accompany one of the worksheets.
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AS Sociology AQA Marxist views on education

AS Sociology AQA Marxist views on education

A PowerPoint and accompanying worksheet on Marxist views on education. Also included are a case study sheet and question sheet on Paul Willis' study 'Learning to Labour' (Neo-Marxist viewpoint), and an overview of Marxist theory (which I always begin with).
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A2 Sociology: Interactionist theories of crime and deviance

A2 Sociology: Interactionist theories of crime and deviance

A PowerPoint and worksheet on Interactionist theories of crime and deviance, plus a separate worksheet on Lemert's study. There are links to lots of key studies, such as Stan Cohen's Mods and Rockers, Jock Young's hippie drug-users and Edwin Lemert's study on stuttering. The worksheet and PowerPoint also cover the impact of interactionist theories on social policy.
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AQA A Level Sociology Education checklist

AQA A Level Sociology Education checklist

A revision checklist which breaks down the 4 key topics into manageable chunks and includes the key theories and sociologists, plus potential questions that could come up. This is suitable for anyone doing the A Level exam. I have a slightly different one for AS level students which is tailored to the AS level exam (the questions are slightly different).
hanarc
AQA AS Sociology Education revision checklist

AQA AS Sociology Education revision checklist

A revision checklist which breaks down the 4 key topics into manageable chunks and includes the key theories and sociologists, plus potential questions that could come up. This is suitable for anyone doing the AS level exam. I have a slightly different one for A level students which is tailored to the A level exam (the questions are slightly different).
hanarc
A2 Sociology: Subcultural theories of crime and deviance

A2 Sociology: Subcultural theories of crime and deviance

A PowerPoint and two worksheets on Functionalist Subcultural theory. The PowerPoint can be used in conjunction with the worksheet, and includes details on Cohen, Cloward and Ohlin, Miller and Matza. There is a separate information sheet on Matza.
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A2 Sociology: Functionalist theories of crime and deviance

A2 Sociology: Functionalist theories of crime and deviance

A PowerPoint and worksheet on functionalist theories of crime and deviance which focuses on the positive functions of crime (Durkheim) and strain theory (Merton). The worksheet accompanies the PowerPoint and can be used as a basis for the student's notes.
hanarc
A2 Sociology: Traditional Marxist theories of crime and deviance

A2 Sociology: Traditional Marxist theories of crime and deviance

A PowerPoint and worksheet on traditional Marxist theories of crime and deviance, which focuses on what they believe to be the causes of crime, the state and law creation, selective law enforcement and corporate crime. There is a worksheet that accompanies the PowerPoint and can be used as a basis for the student's notes, plus a handout on examples of corporate crime, and a worksheet listing the positives and negatives of traditional Marxism.
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