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Advanced Level Sociology [Year One] and AS Level Sociology : Introducing Sociology

 

I am very pleased to include a new link to resources kindly contributed by Steve Bassett of the Sociology Department of Park College Eastbourne. You may now visit the Park College Sociology You Tube Page for excellent materials on Sociological Perspectives, Sociological  Methods  and Mass Media. This YouTube Page also contains materials on Sociology and World Development which you may study in the Second Year of your Sociology course. NEW Link October 2013

You may click here for a Sociology Lecture Course [video] by Ann Swiddler from Berkeley University. These lectures are quite detailed and may be more useful for teachers and for students in the second year of their Advanced Level Sociology course . In my view they are exceptional. New link added April 2015.  Unfortunately this course is no longer available on You Tube. Hopefully it will return at some later date [August 2017]

Part One: PowerPoint Presentations and Video Clips

Click here for Play list of Park Sociology Podcasts on Core Sociological Concepts and Theories Very, very useful

Click here for Play list of Park Sociology Podcasts on Sociological Methods Very, very useful

Click here  for an external PowerPoint on the Nature of Sociology

Click here for Genie [On socialisation and non-socialisation] NEW May 2014

Click here  for another external PowerPoint on the Nature of Sociology

Click here for a Chris Livesey Video on Structural and Social Action Sociology

Click here for Liz Voges Video Introducing Functionalism

Click here for Marxism video from the School of Life

Click here for videos on Comte, Durkheim, Weber and others from the School of Life

Click here for Marxism Podcast from Steve Bassett

Click here for Liz Voges Video Introducing Marxism

Click here for Slide Share Presentation: Is Sociology a Science?

Click here for a  Sociology lecture course [videos]   from New York University 

 

Part Two: Teaching Notes

Introducing Sociology

Sex, Gender and Feminist Analysis 

Marxism: An Introductory Outline 

Marxism and Contemporary Society

Varieties of Feminism 

Social and Political Trends 1940-2010 [Contributed by Mr. Paul Harley]

Part Three: Essays

 

Part Four : Useful Links

Diversity and Different Experiences in the UK [From ONS]

A detailed advanced Undergraduate level Course on Classical Social Theory [From Paul Gingrich at the University of Regina] 

 

AS Level Sociology : Introducing Sociology