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"Society is not a mere sum of individuals."

-Emile Durkheim

Sociology is about studying society from every angle: from social policy and family relationships to the impact of tourism, there's plenty of room for specialisation. If this sounds exciting to you, you might want to consider studying sociology at the university level. You can study it on itsown, or joint with another subject, such as

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  • Critically evaluate the cognitive approach to psychology

    "In conclusion to the cognitive approach within psychology, it is clear to see that the cognitive approach has under gone a lot of changes over the years in regards to what aspects to study in order to fully understand what the approach is about. Many studies have arisen trying to explain how we process information, our cognitive processes and so on. As quoted at the beginning of this essay from Groome (2006) in regards to what cognitive psychology is, it is evident from the research I have done that it is a very broad term and can often lead to different interpretations. The cognitive approach, however has often lead to different applications, for example, it has been very beneficial to those who have dysfunctional thoughts, feelings and behaviours. So I can conclude that cognitive psychology is still an on going approach and therefore does not provide us with a true and clear picture of what actually goes on within our information processing stages."

  • Drawing upon what you have learned about city road, outline some of the ways in which differences are made and remade on a street that you know. For this assignment I have chosen to discuss Marton Road, Middlesbrough

    "In conclusion over the past ten to twenty years Marton Road has evolved and grew in a number of ways. From having a limited shopping service that meant people had to travel to the town centre for the weekly shop or having to push further afield for social events, we now find that aided by expansion and immigration shops and centres evolve to meet the needs of the current population i.e. the new ethnic mix. This means overall standards and choice has grown and have benefited from migration. Though it could be said some people will always fall by the wayside and imagine a history, longing for the past(Dr Georgina Blakely, making social lives, scene 3) without realising how much things have evolved better and actually falling into Bauman’s stereotype."

  • "Discuss the extent to which traditional masculine and feminine roles are changing"

    "In conclusion, I don't think that traditional roles are disappearing as such, but women are changing their priorities. As women are able to get into the labour force and into the highly paid jobs, they are able to provide economic stability for themselves and their children. Increased childcare facilities are enabling women to work and single mothers to cope. However, it seems that after their day at work, women go home and return to their traditional roles by doing the housework and looking after the children. Men's roles do not seemed to have changed much. More men are staying at home and looking after the children during the day yet it seems that this responsibility is handed over to the wife on her return from work."

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