Guide, Syllabus, Specimen and other
In a quickly evolving world, Cambridge International AS and A Level Sociology offers students the open door not exclusively to investigate the procedures that are forming current patterns, yet in addition to building up a comprehension of the unpredictability and a decent variety of human social orders and their congruities with the past. The investigation of humanism animates familiarity with contemporary social, social and policy-driven issues, and spotlights on the significance of analyzing these issues in a thorough contemplated and diagnostic way.
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Supports the full syllabus for examination from 2021. This Student's Book explores the latest research and theoretical developments in Sociology while providing in-depth, international coverage of the syllabus content. Activities and case studies in different societies, alongside reassessment of the work of leading sociologists, demonstrate the practice of sociology. Exam-style practice questions with sample responses, written by the authors, show how answers can be improved.
|Author:||Haralambos, M, Holborn, M, Chapman, S, Davies, T, Wilson, P and Pountney, L|
Supports the full syllabus for examination from 2021. This coursebook provides students with the opportunity to explore sociological concepts, theories, methods and research findings in order to develop a clear understanding of the complexity and diversity of human societies. It includes 'Think like a sociologist' and 'reflection' features to help students gain a thorough understanding of the subject, as well as exam-style questions and sample answers.
|Author:||Livesey, C and Blundell, J|
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
Intended for use as an (I)GSCE textbook but it is a very useful aid for introducing topics to students who have no prior knowledge of sociology. Topics specific to the 9699 syllabus include studying society, research, families, education media. Religion and global development are not covered. This book can also be useful for those students who are struggling to get to grips with key ideas.