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Theory and Methods Mind Maps for A Level Sociology - Revise Sociology

These mind maps have been designed to cover the theory part of the AQA sociology A-Level syllabus, the new 2015 Specification onwards. This zip file contains 10 mind maps which summarise the following content: Positivism and Interpretivism Is Sociology a Science? Functionalism Marxism Feminism Social Action Theory Modernity and Postmodernity an Introduction Postmodernity and Postmodern Theory Sociology and Social Policy Sociology and Value Freedom Worth noting about the ‘structure’ of this content: I usually break this theory material down into 9 topics, but I’ve found it necessary to break the modernity/ postmodernity/ late modernity topic down into 2 separate mind maps, because it’s quite complex.   Topics 1, 2 and 3 overlap quite a lot – but I’ve kept them discrete because there are also subtle differences. Some teachers might lump all three together, which would make it simpler, but there’s a risk of oversimplifying if you do that, and to my mind it’s safest to treat them as separate topics.   This content is derived from the Theory part of the Theory and Methods AQA specification. For the research methods aspect of the syllabus, please see my ‘Research Methods Mind Maps Bundle’ (forthcoming) – also designed for A Level Sociology, AQA focus.   I have used a combination of the main A level text books to put these maps together (mainly Chapman et al, Sociology AQA A-Level, Year Two, published by Collins). Formatting This zip file contains the mind maps in PDF format which is the best format for both printing and excellent for viewing on phones and tablets.  How to use these mind maps It is assumed that you have already worked through, or are currently working through the A level syllabus, with the assistance of text books and (ideally) a competent teacher. The point of these maps is not to teach the content, they are revision-aids, which provide a quick visual-overview of the core content of the A level sociology specification. Their main use will be to reinforce how all of the various bits of knowledge in the A level sociology syllabus fit together, and they should also help you to keep this information fresh in your mind in the build up to the exam. I hope you find them useful. Karl.

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Marxism – A Level Sociology Revision Notes

Karl Marx and Louis Althusser are Modernist, Structural Conflict Theorists while Antonio Gramsci is a Humanist Conflict Theorist. Karl Marx: Key Ideas Two classes – Bourgeois – Proleta…

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Feminist Theory: A Summary for A-Level Sociology

Introduction – The Basics Inequality between men and women is universal and the most significant form of inequality Gender norms are socially constructed not determined by biology and can thus be c…

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ShortCutstv Sociology in Focus for A2: Free Textbook

Sociology in Focus for A2 is, as you may have guessed, the companion volume to the previously-posted AS text and it’s no great surprise that its design and layout perfectly complements its AS count…

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Cards Against Sociology

The Society Pages (TSP) is an open-access social science project headquartered in the Department of Sociology at the University of Minnesota

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Sociological Perspectives on Religion Mind Map Bundle - Revise Sociology

Four mind maps summarising the following perspectives on the sociology of religion: 1. The functionalist perspective on religion (Durkheim, Malinowski, Parsons, and criticisms) 2. The marxist perspective on religion (covering Karl Marx's views on religion as the opium of the masses etc.) 3. Otto Maduro's neo-marxist perspective on religion and social change 4. Radical feminist perspective on religion (Simone de Beauvoir, Mary Daly, Nawal el Saadawi and Carol P Christ.) Also includes a 'topic overview' mind map.  The zip file contains PNG and PDF formats of both mind maps.  All resource copyright, Karl Thompson, ReviseSociology.Com 2018.

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Key works in sociology | Giddens, Duneier, Appelbaum, and Carr - Graphic Sociology

The Society Pages (TSP) is an open-access social science project headquartered in the Department of Sociology at the University of Minnesota

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