Sociology

Themes and Perspectives

Author: Michael Haralambos

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN:

Category: Sociology

Page: 954

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This seventh edition has been fully updated to give all the detail and depth needed to get students the best grades and prepare teachers for teaching.

Haralambos and Holborn Sociology

Themes and Perspectives. AS- and A-level student handbook accompanies the sixth edition

Author: Martin Holborn

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 234

View: 553

Haralambos and Holborn, Sociology Themes and Perspectives

AS- and A-level Student Handbook

Author: Martin Holborn

Publisher: Collins

ISBN:

Category: Sociology

Page: 216

View: 846

Designed as a companion throughout any AS or A2 course, this volume should help students access, understand and revise for their exams using the textbook by Haralambos and Holborn. Structured around the 15 chapter headings of the fifth edition, each unit contains: at-a-glance specification links for both main boards at AS and A2 levels; relevant sections in the main textbook highlighted and summarised with marginal key points and headings; multiple choice questions to aid knowledge and understanding; a build your skills section with activities to develop evaluation; and exam practice questions and worked answers with examiner input.

AQA A-Level Sociology Themes and Perspectives

Year 1 and AS

Author: MIKE. HOLBORN HARALAMBOS (MARTIN.)

Publisher: Collins

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 386

View: 409

The most up-to-date coverage and the most in-depth exam support for AQA A-level Sociology, from the bestselling authors of Sociology: Themes and Perspectives. Exam Board: AQA Level & Subject: AS and A Level Sociology (7191, 7192) First teaching: September 2015 First exams: June 2017 This Student Book provides in-depth coverage of AQA's 2015 specifications, with chapters on Education, Research methods, Methods in context and Families and households. -The clear, easy to navigate structure is precisely mapped to the AQA specification, with chapters offering the depth, detail and clarity that students need to analyse and evaluate at the highest levels. -Support the full range of learners. Regular Summary' and Key Terms' boxes recap the main points and terminology for each section to consolidate understanding. -Detailed evaluation throughout stretches those aiming for the highest grades. In Now and Then' features, the authors of groundbreaking sociological studies re-evaluate their own work in their own words, helping students assess its relevance to contemporary society. -Build the skills required for exam success with AS and A-level exam practice questions for each topic, supported by sample responses at different levels for each question and examiner guidance drawn from the findings of the first AS and A-level exams. -Up-to-date: each Student Book covers the latest research, theoretical developments and studies, as well as government policy. Contemporary issues' features present up-to-date case studies, articles and data with questions asking students to apply sociological ideas to contemporary society. -Visually engaging: photographs with captions and activities draw students into topics, while panels from Sociology in Pictures give them a memorable snapshot of key methods and studies.

Sociology Themes and Perspectives

Author: Martin Holborn

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN:

Category: Sociology

Page: 16

View: 932

Ideal as a companion for any course at AS and A2, this bite-sized textbook will help students access, understand and revise for their exams.

Sociology

Themes and Perspectives : Activity Pack

Author: Frances Smith

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Sociology

Page: 162

View: 584

This resource pack for teachers accompanies the main text to present a complete package for A Level sociology.

AQA A-Level Sociology Themes and Perspectives

Year 2

Author: Mike Haralambos

Publisher: Collins

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 386

View: 674

The most up-to-date coverage and the most in-depth exam support for AQA A-level Sociology, from the bestselling authors of Sociology: Themes and Perspectives. Exam Board: AQA Level & Subject: AS and A Level Sociology (7191, 7192) First teaching: September 2015 First exams: June 2017 This Student Book provides in-depth coverage of AQA's 2015 specifications, with chapters on Crime and deviance, Theory and methods and Beliefs in society. -The clear, easy to navigate structure is precisely mapped to the AQA specification, with chapters offering the depth, detail and clarity that students need to analyse and evaluate at the highest levels. -Support the full range of learners. Regular Summary' and Key Terms' boxes recap the main points and terminology for each section to consolidate understanding. -Detailed evaluation throughout stretches those aiming for the highest grades. In Now and Then' features, the authors of groundbreaking sociological studies re-evaluate their own work in their own words, helping students assess its relevance to contemporary society. -Build the skills required for exam success with A-level exam practice questions for each topic, supported by sample responses at different levels for each question and examiner guidance drawn from the findings of the first A-level exams. -Up-to-date: each Student Book covers the latest research, theoretical developments and studies, as well as government policy. Contemporary issues' features present up-to-date case studies, articles and data with questions asking students to apply sociological ideas to contemporary society. -Visually engaging: photographs with captions and activities draw students into topics, while panels from Sociology in Pictures give them a memorable snapshot of key methods and studies.

Haralambos and Holborn Sociology, Themes and Perspectives

Activity pack

Author: Frances Smith

Publisher: Collins

ISBN:

Category: Sociology

Page: 194

View: 414

To provide the complete package for AS and A2 level Sociology (AQA, OCR and Edexcel), the bestselling textbook now comes with a fully photocopiable resource pack for teachers. 1. Sociological Perspectives 2. Social Stratification 3. Sex and Gender 4. Race, Ethnicity and Nationality 5. Poverty and Social Exclusion 6. Health 7. Crime and Deviance 8. Religion 9. Families and Households 10. Power, Politics and the State 11. Work, Unemployment and Leisure 11. Education 12. Culture and Identity 13. Communication and the Media 14. Methodology 15. Sociological Theory

Sociology for Social Workers

Author: Anne Llewellyn

Publisher: Polity

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 337

View: 222

How can sociology contribute to positive social work practice? This introductory textbook uses pedagogical features such as chapter summaries, numerous examples, a glossary, activities and annotated further reading.