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 I  hope that  students will find the following links useful

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Crime and Deviance with Theory and Methods is a compulsory unit in the second year of the AQA Advanced Level Specification and Crime and Deviance is an optional unit in the second year of the OCR Advanced Level Sociology Specification.

  • Click here for the new AQA AS and Advanced Level Sociology Specifications with planning, teaching and assessment resources.
  • Click here for the new OCR AS and Advanced Level Sociology Specifications with planning, teaching and assessment resources

 

1.Useful Sites for Advanced Level Sociology Crime and Deviance.

Visit Alexandra Sugden's  YouTube Channel for podcasts on Crime and Deviance  [and Sociological Theories, Research Methods and Education]. Some new podcasts on Sociological Theories recently added.

Visit the  MrClinePSY You Tube Channel for podcasts on Crime and Deviance [and Psychology] 

 Visit Stephen Hickman's website for resources on Crime and Deviance [ and Education, Family and Psychology.]

 Visit Stephen Joel's [Gateshead College] You Tube Channel for podcasts on Crime and Deviance [ and Education and Family]

Visit Rachel Jones Slideshare Presentations on Crime and Deviance

Visit S McCormack's Slideshare Presentations on Crime and Deviance

Visit MattyP99's Slideshare Presentations on Crime and Deviance

Visit Precooked Sociology on You Tube for Podcasts on Crime and Deviance

Visit Sociology Central [Chris. Livesey's Site]

Visit Education Forum  [Andy Walker's Site]

  Visit Twynham School Sociology Site 

 Visit John Maloney's ESOCIOLOGY site

Visit the SEEVIC Sociology Site   

 Visit Karl Thompson's ReviseSociology site

Visit this  Revision site for a complete set of Revision Notes on Crime and Deviance and Theory and Methods [AQA Syllabus]

Visit Redditch Tudor Grange Academy for a complete revision pack on Crime and Deviance and Theory and Methods

Visit Hodder and Stoughton Work Book on Crime and Deviance

1B. More Detailed Information on Crime and Deviance

BBC Radio 4 Documentary on Falling Rate of Crime [2014]

Latest ONS Publication of  Crime in England and Wales [Dec 2015]

How Corrupt is Britain? [David Whyte Video]

How Corrupt is Britain? [Longer David White Video]

Thinking Allowed : 3 Part Series on White Collar Crime  NEW

Bhopal  NEW

BBC Drama-Documentary on Chernobyl NEW

Fukushima Documentaries: One; Two  NEW

Unreported World; Channel 4 series useful for Globalisation and Crime, State Crime and Green Crime     NEW

Recent article  on Environmental crime with link to more detailed official report [June 2016]  NEW

More Detailed Criminology Lectures by Mark Cambridge

Race and the Criminal Justice System

Women and the Criminal Justice System

2. Useful Sites for Advanced Level Sociology Theory and Methods

This section is very much a work in progress and I hope to add further links during the course of the year.

The first seven of these links are to general sites on Theory and Methods . Some of the subsequent links are to sometimes more difficult sources which might provide useful points of clarification on the work of some of important theorists who are mentioned in introductory Sociology texts.

GENERAL

 

Visit Alexandra Sugden's  YouTube Channel for podcasts on Crime and Deviance  [and Sociological Theories, Research Methods and Education].

Visit The Social Scientist's YouTube Channel on Theory and Methods

Visit Steve Bassett's You Tube Channel: Theory, Methods and much more

Visit MattyP's SlideShare  notes on Objectivity and Values

Visit Dan Krier's You Tube Channel on Sociological Theory

Visit the Introduction to Sociology YouTube Channel : Professor Robert Van Krieken : Sociological Theory and much more

Visit the University of Amsterdam You Tube Channel   Short lectures on Comte, Marx, Weber, Durkheim and others

Visit this  Revision site for a complete set of Revision Notes on Crime and Deviance and Theory and Methods [AQA Syllabus]

Visit Graham R. Gibb's series of lectures on Social Research Methods and Design.

Mr Steven Humphrys has recently uploaded resources on Theory and Methods to the TES site. There were originally written for older AQA Sociology specifications but they are nevertheless very useful. Click here and here for Theory and Methods respectively.

Ms Sarah Best has recently uploaded some very useful resources on Families and Households, Beliefs and Society and Sociological Theory to the "Drop Box" on the AQA A Level Sociology Teachers page. Click here to visit the page.

 

Marx, Marxism and Neo-Marxism

My Notes on Marxism ...with further links

 

Why Marx was Right[ Terry Eagleton discusses his book] NEW March 2014

Detailed video resources on Marxism from the Richard .D. Wolff website NEW April 2014

Click here for Professor Bob Jessop's audio lecture series [with slides] on Antonio GramsciNew May 2014

Click and scroll down for  two  Guardian series of articles by Peter Thompson  on Marxism and on The Frankfurt School NEW April 2014

 

Modernity and Postmodernity

Click here for useful introductory lecture by Myles Riley on Modernity and Postmodernity

Click here for Postmodernism for beginners ]Chris Deakin via SlideShare

Click here for a series of podcasts on The Modern and the Postmodern by Jasson Cordones

The following links to two series of lectures by Professor Rick Roderick include lectures on Nietzsche, Foucault ,Derrida ,and Baudrillard which, although not easy , provide useful information on Postmodernism.

Philosophy Lectures from Professor Rick Roderick [R.I.P] NEW December 2014

The Self Under Siege: Philosophy in the C20th  [Also from Professor Roderick] NEW December 2014

Human: All Too Human: Friedrich Nietzsche ; Martin Heidegger; Jean Paul Sartre [3 part video series]   NEW February 2014

Michel Foucault

Lecture on  Michel Foucault

Introduction to Foucault [Mark Thorsby]

Foucault: Discipline and Punish

Foucault and Governmentality

Michel Foucault: Beyond Good and Evil 

Laurie Taylor: Thinking Allowed on Michel Foucault

 

 

 

Jacques Derrida

Jacques Derrida [Guardian Obituary]

Jacques Derrida [Stanford Presidential Lectures]

Jean Baudrillard

Jean Baudrillard [Guardian Obituary]

Simulacra and Hyperreality  ]Lesson outline by Chris Livesey]

Fredric Jameson

Fredric Jameson [Stanford Presidential Lectures]

Fredric Jameson

Fredric Jameson

David Harvey

David Harvey's Animation on Crises of Capitalism

David Harvey in discussion on "Hard Talk"

David Harvey LSE Lecture : The 17 Contradictions of Capitalism NEW May 2014

 David Harvey RSA Lecture  [Shorter version] :

Laurie Taylor: Thinking Allowed on Neoliberalism  One; Two

Laurie Taylor : Thinking Allowed on Capitalism with Ha-Joon Chang and David Harvey

 

Ulrich Beck: Risk Society

Click here   and here  for two short items on Risk Society [Professor Brian Wynne]

Click here for some summary notes on Risk Society

Click here for 2006 lecture by Ulrich Beck: Living in a world risk society

 Click here for a lecture by Ulrich Beck on World Risk Society

Click here for a slideshare presentation on Risk Society

Anthony Giddens

Anthony Giddens: Living in a high opportunity, high risk society

Anthony Giddens; Living in the C21st

 

Zygmunt Bauman

Zygmunt Bauman

Zygmunt Bauman [Guardian 2003]

Zygmunt Bauman [Guardian Review of Liquid Love 2003]

Interview with Zygmunt Bauman: Liquid Modernity and Related Matters

Interview with Zygmunt Bauman

Zygmunt Bauman [Guardian obituary]