Pupils with behavioral difficulties

Applying material from item B and your knowledge of research methods, evaluate the strengths and limitations of using covert participant observation to investigate pupils with behavioural difficulties. (20 Marks) Pupils who experience behavioural problems within the education system are often male and from a working class background. Sociologists may choose to study children using covert […]

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The Feminists, Postmodernists and the Marxists

In 1951, Talcott Parsons created a concept regarding sickness and the rights and obligations of those affected, it was a way to explain the rights and responsibilities of those that were ill. Parsons (1951, cited in Scarince, 2016) stated that people who are diagnosed with a medical condition or illness cannot fulfil the same duties/tasks […]

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Comparison Between Frog and Nightingale

The comparison between frog and nightingale describes and explains us the human society and leaves a shocking, hard to believe truth about humans. It appears that the nightingale is a talented artist who is hardworking and very obliging while the frog that is her mentor, trains her, organizes her shows and critically reviews her work […]

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Conflict Perspective Explained

( Conflict perspective is a view of society that focuses on social processes of tension, competition, and change. ( The perspective derives its inspiration from the work of Karl Marx, who saw the struggle between social classes as the ‘engine’ of history and the main source of change. ( Modern conflict theory, which is associated […]

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