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Virtual Sociology Subject Taster Looking at the concepts, themes and methods of sociology and how these are applied in the real world. at Make Happen

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Sociology Subject Taster

University event offered by Make Happen

Event Summary:

Virtual Sociology Subject Taster Looking at the concepts, themes and methods of sociology and how these are applied in the real world.

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After considering some of the key concepts, themes and methods of sociology, we will then go on to look at how these have been applied in real-world sociological research.

We will review a classic study on suicide and consider why such a seemingly individual and private act follows such consistent patterns. We will also look at a piece of contemporary sociology in which researchers have identified a ‘class ceiling’ within top jobs in Britain.

Finally, we will focus on the experience of studying sociology at university. This will include comparing different courses and modules, taking a virtual campus tour and looking at career options.


This Subject Taster takes place on online through Showbie meaning you can access it at any time to complete at your own pace.

*TO SIGN UP VISIT*- https://www.makehappen.org/event/virtual-summer-school-introduction-to-sociology-for-years-10-to-13/

Suitable For:

Individuals (Enquiry not required to be through a school)

Duration:

2-4 Days

Dates Available:

This event is delivered online

Minimum number of students:

Not Specified

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