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Sociology

Asked by Basant

After 70 years what kinds of psychological problems face with a old person caretakers

Hi Basant, This is an important issue to look at and as a psychologist myself, I have seen many older people in this situation. In short, Looking after a family member with a mental health problem can have a significant impact on carers' own mental health. Mental health problems of carers include emotional stress, depressive symptoms and, in some cases, clinical depression. 71% of carers have... more

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Asked by Jess

What is the sociological view on the hidden curriculum

Most sociologists use the term “hidden curriculum” to refer to the various characteristics of schooling that are unquestioned or 'taken for granted'. 'What is important about what pupils learn in school is not primarily the 'overt' curriculum of subjects like French and Biology, but values and beliefs such as conformity, knowing one's place, waiting one's turn, competitiveness, individual worth a... more

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Asked by Georgia

Any tips on how to write sociology exam questions? Or is there any formats which may be helpful

PEREL is a good structure for the evaluation questions: Point (explain it), Evidence, Response, Evaluation and Link. Try to memorise/use 3-4 points so you have maybe 6-8 in total (for and against) - depends on the time you have for the question. Read top and bottom model answers, pick out the strengths and limitations. Aim to write like the top level answers - examples available on the exam bo... more

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Asked by Phoebe

Identify and explain one disadvantage of using postal questionnaires to investigate attitudes towards cohabitation

Low response rates, which there will affect the representativeness of the research Hope this helps!

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Asked by Charlotte

What are the two main underpinning principles in health and social care?

This depends on the curriculum in your school, and where they chose to focus. It's difficult to argue that any principle is objectively the most important. Sociologists will always argue and differ. Generally, here are the main principles that people will refer to: • Ensure individuals are able to make informed choices to manage their self-care needs • Communicate effectively to enable indiv... more

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Asked by Phoebe

How can i make notes from past papers that will help me on sociology? i have gcse exams starting tomorrow and i’m really struggling

Hey, from my experience I would do the exam papers don't make notes on them unless you recognise a question that has come up every year then there is a chance that will come again this year so make notes on that specific topic. Hope that helps. Good luck!

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Analyse two reasons for a growth in new forms and volumes of crime

The New Right would blame the proletariat for the increase in crime in society. They believe in the idea that the working class have failed to socialise correctly and therefore break the norms and values of society. The lack of successful socialisation can lead to a failure in education, resulting in crime to feel as if they belong to a group in society.

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Discuss how far sociologists would agree that teacher expectations are the main reason for social class differences in educational achievement?

Hello! This is a complex question and you may find this article helpful for articulating some thoughts: https://revisesociology.com/2015/11/18/social-class-educational-achievement-essay-plan/

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