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Advice for Caribbean students of CAPE and CAPE 2 Sociology on the use of Earlham Sociology Pages teaching materials.

 

 

 

  •  Hello! As the author of the documents on the Earlham Sociology Pages website I am very pleased to be associated with Notesmaster.com and hope that Caribbean students following the CAPE1  Sociology syllabi will find some of my teaching materials useful.
  •   Also although I have not myself prepared information relevant to the CAPE2 Sociology syllabus there are links on the Home Page of my site to some other UK Sociology sites which CAPE 2 Sociology students may find helpful.

     

  • However I must emphasise that my resources have been devised originally for UK students following UK Sociology syllabi  which differ in important respects from the CAPE 1 and CAPE 2 Sociology syllabi and which means that it is absolutely essential that Caribbean students should take advice from their own teachers and lecturers as to how the resources on my site might be used.
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  • In particular students should note that several of my documents include information on UK rather than Caribbean institutions and make use of UK rather than Caribbean case studies on issues such  as the nature of family life, patterns of educational achievement, the distribution of income and wealth and social mobility.
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  • I hope nevertheless that students will find some of my materials helpful in relation to the discussion of important sociological concepts and theories.
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  • The following table gives some indication of where information on the various CAPE1.  Modules may be found on my site

CAPE 1 Modules

Earlham Sociology Pages Modules

1.Sociology, Culture and Identity

1.Introducing Sociology

2. Social Institutions : Family, Religion, Education

2. Families and Households; Education and Training

3. Social Stratification and Social Mobility

3, Differentiation and Stratification

  • I have not provided information on my site on the CAPE 2 Modules: [Population Studies, Social Order, Control and Deviance and Social Development and Poverty] but if you follow the links which appear on my Home Page to other UK Sociology sites you should find some helpful information on some of these topics
  • Students and Teachers can contact me via the email link which appears on my Home Page. I shall happily reply fully to all comments on my resources and questions about Sociology
  • With best wishes: Russell Haggar