- ‘Why do girls do better than boys at G.C.S.E?’
- ‘What is the role of education?’
- ‘Are criminals mad or bad?’
- ‘Why do people become criminals or commit suicide?’
- ‘Is religion in decline?’
- ‘Why are Muslims in Britain more religious?’
- ‘Which methods can you use to study society?’
Sociology requires students to write extended essays and discuss a variety of different theoretical perspectives and ideas.
- Degree in Medicine
- Degree in Law
- Degree in Journalism
- Social Work Degree
- Sociology Degree
- Degree in Nursing
AQA A-level Sociology. This is a level 3 qualification.
Paper 1 – Education with Theory and Methods is a 2 hour examination.
Paper 2 – Topics in Sociology – Families and Households and Beliefs in Society is a 2 hour examination.
Paper 3 – Crime and Deviance with Theory and Methods is a 2 hour examination.
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