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  • Sociology Factsheet: 109. The Relationship between Crime and the Mass Media

    Sociology Factsheet: 109. The Relationship between Crime and the Mass Media

    Sociologists are interested in four aspects of the relationship between the mass media and crime: • How the media represent crime • The media as a cause of crime and of the fear of crime ...

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  • Sociology Factsheet: 110. Research methods in context

    Sociology Factsheet: 110. Research methods in context

    Sociology is based on research and it is important that methodological issues are considered whilst studying sociology at A level. You should know the key research methods used in sociological res...

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  • Sociology Factsheet: 111. Has the modern family become more child-centred?

    Sociology Factsheet: 111. Has the modern family become more child-centred?

    During the course of the twentieth century and in the early twentyfirst century, families appear to have become more child-centred. The term ‘child-centred’ refers to treating the needs ...

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  • Sociology Factsheet: 112. Linking theories and methods

    Sociology Factsheet: 112. Linking theories and methods

    It is important that you can link sociological theories to research methods and show and explain the link between them. You need to be able to discuss the idea that there is a relationship between ...

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  • Sociology Factsheet: 113. Consumer culture and Youth crime

    Sociology Factsheet: 113. Consumer culture and Youth crime

    Some key facts on youth crime In 2009/10 there were 1,386,030 arrests of which 241,737 were of people aged 10-17. Therefore, 10-17 year olds accounted for 17 per cent of all arrests but were 11 pe...

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  • Sociology Factsheet: 114. The influence of cultural deprivation on educational achievement

    Sociology Factsheet: 114. The influence of cultural deprivation on educational achievement

    Definitions Culture is the language, beliefs, values and norms, customs, roles, knowledge and skills which combine to make up the way of life of any society. Cultural deprivation There are two ma...

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  • Sociology Factsheet: 115. Who owns the Media?

    Sociology Factsheet: 115. Who owns the Media?

    Introduction The media, you will know from Factsheet 58 are ‘the forms of communication in society that operate on a large scale.’ It includes: newspapers, magazines, radio, film, telev...

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  • Sociology Factsheet: 116. Has the welfare state abolished poverty?

    Sociology Factsheet: 116. Has the welfare state abolished poverty?

    Before answering this question it is important that you know the different definitions for poverty. Defining poverty Poverty is the state of people who lack a certain amount of material possession...

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  • Sociology Factsheet: 117. Sociological perspectives about the role of religion in society today

    Sociology Factsheet: 117. Sociological perspectives about the role of religion in society today

    What do different sociological perspectives say about the role and functions of religion in society today? Before looking at the different sociological perspectives of religion it is important to i...

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  • Sociology Factsheet: 118. Use of postal questionnaires in sociological research

    Sociology Factsheet: 118. Use of postal questionnaires in sociological research

    This Factsheet will look at: • What postal questionnaires are • The use of postal questionnaires in sociology • The strengths and weaknesses of postal questionnaires...

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