Sociology in Focus for AS: Education and Methods

Continuing to plough the long and lonely furrow that is AS Sociology, today’s offering is a whole bunch of resources for Education with Research Methods.

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Sociology in Focus for A2: Media Resources

Another set of free resources to complement the Sociology in Focus For A2 textbook, this batch relates to the Mass Media option: Overview Map: An

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Sociology in Focus for A2: Crime Resources

A further set of free resources to complement the Sociology in Focus For A2 textbook, this batch relates to the Crime and Deviance option: Overview

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Sociology in Focus for A2: Free Textbook

Sociology in Focus for A2 is, as you may have guessed, the companion volume to the previously-posted AS text and it’s no great surprise that

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Crime and Deviance Theories

A little while back (maybe 5 or 6 years ago – I lose track) I created 3 Crime and Deviance Presentations that were, I like

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The Crime and Deviance Channel

The Crime and Deviance Channel now offers a wide range of free Text, PowerPoint, Audio and Video resources organised into 5 categories: 1. Theories 2.

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New Religious Movements: 6 Characteristics

Basic PowerPoint Presentation, designed for whole-class use, that identifies Barker’s 6 characteristics of New Religious Movements. The concept of New Religious Movements was initially developed,

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Beat The Bourgeoisie: A Simulation

Long-time readers of this blog may recall that around 18 months ago I posted a series of sociology simulations, under the general title “7 Sims

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Learning Mats: A Generic Version

The Learning Maps we’ve previously posted have rightly proven popular, both because of their quality and because they meet a need for tools that help

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Student Feedback Form

We’ve added a new category to the Blog called “Toolbox” (just click the drop-down menu in the Categories section on the right-hand side of the

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