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A-Level Sociology

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Topics

Topics in Sociology is Paper 2 of the A-Level Sociology course (7192/2). It's a 2-hour written examination with 80 marks and is worth 33.3% of the qualification.​

The content in the Families and Households section sees Mayfield students study the Relationship of the Family, the Changing Patterns of Couples, the Power Relationships within the Family, the Nature of Childhood and the Changes in Children's Status & the Demographic Trends in the United Kingdom Since 1900. While, the content in the Stratification and Differentiation section sees Mayfield Sixth Formers learning about Stratification and Differentiation by Social Groups, Dimensions in Inequality, the Problems of Defining and Measuring Social Class, the Changes in Structures of Inequality & the Patterns of Social Mobility.  

The Assessment Overview

Section A: extended writing, 40 marks
Section B: extended writing, 40 marks

SG2's Content

These are all Luca's notes for each topic and lesson in A-Level Sociology Paper 2's Topics in Sociology. These notes are from classes, private study periods or at home, and are written by a Sixth Former so some notes may contain errors.

SG2/1 | The Relationship of the Family
SG2/1A | The Relationship of the Family to Social Structure and Change
SG2/1B | //


SG2/2 | The Changing Patterns of Couples
SG2/2A | The Idea of Marriage
SG2/2B | The Changing Patterns of Cohabitation
SG2/2C | Separation and Divorce
SG2/2D | Childbearing and the Changing Patterns of the Life Course
SG2/2E | The Sociology of Personal Life
SG2/2F | The Diversity of Contemporary Family and Household Structures 


SG2/3 | The Power Relationships within the Family

SG2/3A | The Changing Gender Roles in a Family
SG2/3B | Domestic Labour
SG2/3C | Power Relationships within a Family in Contemporary Society


SG2/4 | The Nature of Childhood and the Changes in Children's Status
SG2/4A | The Nature of Childhood
SG2/4B | The Changes in the Status of Children in the Family and Society


SG2/5 | The Demographic Trends in the United Kingdom Since 1900

SG2/5A | The Increasing Birth Rates
SG2/5B | The Declining Death Rate
SG2/5C | The Changes in Family Size
SG2/5D | The Changing Life Expectancy and Ageing Population
SG2/5E | Migration and Globalisation


SG2/6 | The Stratification and Differentiation by Social Groups
SG2/6A | The Divide of Social Classes
SG2/6B | The Separation of Gender in Society
SG2/6C | The Split Caused by Ethnicity
SG2/6D | The Division of People's Ages


SG2/7 | The Dimensions of Inequality
SG2/7A | Inequality: Class, Status and Power
SG2/7B | Differences in Life-Chances by Social Groups


SG2/8 | The Problems of Defining and Measuring Social Class
SG2/8A | Occupation: Blue, White and Pink Collar Jobs
SG2/8B | The Problem of Gender when Defining Social Class
SG2/8C | Social Class: the Difficulty in Measuring it


SG2/9 | The Changes in Structures of Inequality
SG2/9A | Globalisation and the Transnational Capitalist Class
SG2/9B | The Implications of Changes on the Structures of Inequality


SG2/0 | The Patterns of Social Mobility
SG2/0A | The Nature of Social Mobility: How Some of Us Are Born Lucky
SG2/0B | The Extent of Social Mobility
SG3/0C | The Signifcance of Patterns of Social Mobility

The Relationship of the Family

A-Level Sociology, Paper 2, Topic 1
SG2/1 | Lessons SG2/1A-1E

SG2/1A | Title

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