- Qualification:Cambridge AS and A Level
- Author(s):Chris Livesey
- Available from: August 2014
This revised set of resources for Cambridge International AS and A Level Sociology syllabus (9699) is thoroughly updated for the latest syllabus.
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Written by a highly experienced author, Cambridge International AS and A Level Sociology: Coursebook provides comprehensive support for the syllabus.Accessible language combined with the clear, visually-engaging layout makes this an ideal resource for the course. Discussion of significant sociological research, case studies, explanation of key terms and questions within the text reinforce knowledge. Stimulating activities build interpretation and application as well as analytical and evaluation skills. Revision checklists help in consolidating understanding.Cambridge International AS and A Level Sociology: Coursebook provides complete exam support with each chapter culminating in exam-style questions and a further chapter dedicated to revision, and examination skills and practice. A Teacher's CD-ROM is also available.
Introduction contextualises the content covered within each chapter and offers an engaging start.
Learning objectives clearly set out the aims.
Key terms enhance understanding of the text.
Questions within the chapter aid self assessment.
Activities build key skills required by the assessment objectives - interpretation, application, analysis and evaluation.
Case studies put sociological theories and research in context.
Revision checklist consolidates learning.
Exemplar examination questions help in familiarising with the style of questions encountered in exams, and assess understanding and skills to handle them.
- 1. Sociological perspective
- 2. Socialisation and the creation of social identity
- 3. Methods of research
- 4. The relationship between theory and methods
- 5. The family
- 6. Education
- 7. Global development
- 8. Media
- 9. Religion
- 10. Exam preparation
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