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A previous post (Year 12 Sociology) outlined a range of resources created by Stephanie Parsons to support AQA Paper 1 topics (Introduction to Sociology, Family, Education) and this post points you in the general direction of her 2nd year A-level site, Year 13 Sociology.

Lesson Plan
Year 13 Lesson Plan

The landing page has a mix of posts on a range of topics (Marxist Perspectives, prisons, green crime, cults) so it’s probably worth having a nose around to see if there’s anything relevant to your particular interests. There are also a range of Paper 1 Revision Resources available.

Aside from this, the major resources – mainly, but not exclusively, detailed lesson plan slides that include extensive Notes and Activities – cover three areas:

1. Crime and Deviance: Includes resources on:

Functionalism

Marxism

Subcultural Theory

Labelling theory

Left Realism

Right Realism

Environment (Ecological)

Class

Gender

Globalisation and crime

Media and crime

Green crime

Human Rights

Crime and Punishment

Police, Courts and Prisons

Crime Prevention

Victimology

Ethnicity

2. Theory and Methods: Includes resources on:

Functionalism

Marxism

Feminism

Social Action

Symbolic Interaction

Structure and Action

Modernity and globalisation

Social Policy

Is sociology a science?

3. Beliefs In Society: Includes resources on:

Introduction to beliefs

Religion v science

Religion, science, ideology 

Comparing beliefs 

Social change

Religion as a conservative force: functionalism, feminism

Religion as a force for change

Religious organisations: sects, cults, Nrms, Nams

Gender 

Ethnicity

Age

Class 

Secularisation

Religion in a global context 

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