Sociology for As-Level for Aqa

Author: Stephen Moore

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN:

Category: Sociology

Page: 256

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This is an accessible textbook designed to meet the specific requirements of AS Level socialology students, written by practising teachers and examiners.

Sociology A2 for AQA

Author: Stephen Moore

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN:

Category: Sociology

Page: 16

View: 657

This new edition, written by the best-selling team of Moore, Chapman and Aiken, has been fully revised and updated to match the new AQA(A) specification and includes many new features tailored to the needs of A2-level students.

A2 Sociology for AQA

Author: Chris Livesey

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Sociology

Page: 568

View: 940

A2 Sociology for AQA is the definitive textbook for students following the AQA specification.

Sociology for AQA Revision Guide 1: AS and 1st-Year A Level

Author: Ken Browne

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 120

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The essential revision guide for AS and 1st-year A level Sociology from trusted and best-selling author Ken Browne. This indispensable book provides everything you need to revise for the exams, with a clear topic-by-topic layout to recap key theories and central ideas. The revision guide maps perfectly onto Ken Browne’s Sociology for AQA Volume 1 with each topic cross-referenced to the main textbook so you can revisit any sections you need to. The book includes a guide to exam questions – and how to answer them – with sample worked answers showing how to achieve top marks. All specification options are covered, with exam tips throughout the book. With this revision guide to take you through the exam and Sociology for AQA Volume 1 to develop your sociological imagination, Ken Browne provides the complete resource for success in sociology. See also Sociology for AQA Revision Guide 2 for the 2nd-year A level coverage, and visit www.politybooks.com/browne for extra resources.

Sociology for AS AQA

Author: Ken Browne

Publisher: Polity

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 400

View: 183

The third edition of Ken Browne's widely-used textbook has been completely revised and updated. Now published in full colour, the book combines sociological rigour and accessibility in a way unrivalled by any other book at this level. The new edition includes: * a whole new chapter on culture and identity; * special sections on research methods in the chapters on health and education; * up-to-date discussions of a wide range of recent sociological data and debates; * lots of extra colour photographs, diagrams, and cartoons, to bring ideas to life and fire students' imaginations; * a dedicated website, including resources for teachers and additional material designed to help students revise or research themes in the book.

AQA A Level Sociology Student Book 1 (AQA A Level Sociology)

Author: Steve Chapman

Publisher: Collins Learning

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 460

View: 573

This 4th edition of Collins’ respected AQA A-level Sociology series is updated for the 2015 AQA Sociology specifications. Covering AS and Year 1 of A-level, it will help students master the knowledge and skills they need to excel in their study and engage with contemporary society. This Student Book is approved by AQA.

Sociology in focus AQA AS level

Author: Michael Haralambos

Publisher: Longman

ISBN:

Category: Sociology

Page: 232

View: 786

This new edition provides a perfect match to AQA's new GCE specification. It offers students a complete solution to achieving success at GCE with the most accessible resources available for the most popular options.

AQA A-level Sociology - Student

Author: Dave Aiken

Publisher: Collins Educational

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 480

View: 354

This 4th edition of Collins' respected AQA A-level Sociology series is updated for the 215 AQA Sociology specifications. Covering AS and Year 1 of A-level, it will help students master the knowledge and skills they need to excel in their study and engage with contemporary society. This Student Book has been entered into the AQA approval process. This textbook has been revised by our team of expert authors, who are practicing sociologists, teachers, and HE experts. It includes full coverage of Education with Methods in Context; Culture and Identity; Families and Households; Health; and Work, Poverty and Welfare. Tried and tested content works alongside new features to ensure that students: * Understand essential theories and perspectives with up-to-date explanations and key concepts defined on the page * Engage with the latest research with in-depth explorations of new and classic research studies and accompanying questions * Develop proficiency in critical analysis with up-to-date case studies and questions focused on analysis and evaluation * Acquire strong research skills with practical tasks that actively involve students in the research process * Reflect and evaluate with prompt questions integrated into the explanation * Assess progress and apply learning with extensive practice questions for every topic, including both short answer and extended writing

Student Support Materials for AQA as Sociology

Families and Households

Author: Martin Holborn

Publisher: Collins Educational

ISBN:

Category: Families

Page: 126

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