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A Level Sociology

Social Sciences

Social Sciences
Social Sciences
We are only accepting one application per candidate.

What will you be working towards?

Code SS6
Qualification Type GCE A/AS Level or Equivalent
Qualification Level Level 3
Course type Full Time

Overview

A-Level Sociology : AQA : Is the study of society, and the patterns of social behaviour which are learned when we are socialised into that society. Sociology suggests that individual action is culturally determined and socially constructed through accepted or enforced norms and values of behaviour. Sociology assesses the role of primary and secondary agents of socialisation, which reinforce or sanction our behaviour. Issues of gender, class, ethnicity, age and disability can play an essential role in determining our values and accepted norms of behaviour. We will study relevant research and sociological theory.  We study compulsory subjects of education in year 12 and crime and deviance in year 13.  We have chosen the topics culture and identity in year 12 and the mass media in year 13.

Details

Year 1

Unit 1 : Education & Sociological Methods in context (50%)

Unit 2 : Culture, Identity, Socialisation and Research Methods (50%)

 

Year 2 

Unit 3 : Mass Media

Unit 4 : Crime & Deviance / Theory & Method

How will it be delivered?

The A Level will assess ALL content from both years of the course and will be examined by three 2 hour papers in June of the second year of study. Continuous assessment will be used to inform the students’ progression in Year 13 and their registration for the A Level Sociology exam.

 

Entry requirements

Grade 5 or above in GCSE English and Grade 5 or above in an evaluation based subject e.g. History, Business Studies, RE, 

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