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  • Sociology Factsheet: 09. Families and Households - Changing roles

    Sociology Factsheet: 09. Families and Households - Changing roles

      Until the 1970’s there was little discussion about the roles and responsibilities of men and women within the family. In most studies of the family, the roles of men and w...

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  • Sociology Factsheet: 10. Identity - Where does it come from?

    Sociology Factsheet: 10. Identity - Where does it come from?

      Identities are based on our membership of, or identification with,particular social groups. Sometimes these identities are given to us at birth – we are born male or female or with ...

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  • Sociology Factsheet: 11. Education Policies Since 1944

    Sociology Factsheet: 11. Education Policies Since 1944

        Since the Second World War successive governments have passed many laws concerning education. It is important that you know; 1. The main policies of governments (this allows you to de...

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  • Sociology Factsheet: 12. Political Parties and Pressure Groups:is UK politics dead?

    Sociology Factsheet: 12. Political Parties and Pressure Groups:is UK politics dead?

      Ask any politician, or political journalist why turnout at a general election has fallen so dramatically in recent years and they will normally give you one of two answers: • Voter apat...

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  • Sociology Factsheet: 13. Can Sociology be a science?

    Sociology Factsheet: 13. Can Sociology be a science?

      Sociology is one of a group of subjects, including economics, psychology and politics, which are known as the social sciences. The idea that sociology might be a science has caused m...

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  • Sociology Factsheet: 14. What Causes Poverty?

    Sociology Factsheet: 14. What Causes Poverty?

      Absolute Poverty - Rowntree (1899) defined absolute poverty as the condition of those unable to afford the minimum provision needed to maintain health and working efficiency. This de...

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  • Sociology Factsheet: 15. ASBOs - Do they make a difference?

    Sociology Factsheet: 15. ASBOs - Do they make a difference?

      What are ASBOs? An Anti-Social Behaviour Order (ASBO) is a civil order, not criminal order, made against a person who has been shown to have engaged in conduct which caused or was l...

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  • Sociology Factsheet: 16. Life Chances

    Sociology Factsheet: 16. Life Chances

      The life chances approach suggests that status is not entirely achieved, but is, to some extent, ascribed. This means that people are, effectively, given their status as a result of ...

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  • Sociology Factsheet: 17. The Growth of Alternative and Complementary Medicines

    Sociology Factsheet: 17. The Growth of Alternative and Complementary Medicines

      Definitions Alternative medicine is the broad term for any method of medical treatment that stands outside the framework of mainstream western medicine as practiced by the majority of do...

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  • Sociology Factsheet: 18. Emergence of New Religious Movements

    Sociology Factsheet: 18. Emergence of New Religious Movements

      The term New Religious Movements comprises a wide range of movements of alternative spirituality, which have generally emerged since the 1960s. The term was introduced in the&nb...

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