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GCSE and iGCSE Sociology Tuition in London

The function of Sociology, as of every science, is to reveal what is hidden.

– Pierre Bourdieu

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Sociology is the study of human society. Students who choose to take a GCSE in Sociology will learn about how society is structured, its functions, and the social problems that are occurring now as well as those that society has faced in the past.

Breakdown of the core Sociology GCSE content:

The main course content for a Sociology degree can be broken down as follows;

  • Education
  • Families
  • Crime and Deviance
  • Mass Media
  • Power
  • Social Inequality

Benefits of studying a Sociology GCSE/ iGCSE

Sociology requires students to develop an extensive knowledge and understanding of the society in which we live, how history has shaped that society, and what it might look like in the future. Sociology examines the structures, processes and issues that have existed, do exist and are likely to exist in society which makes it a hugely interesting and varied subject promoting students to question and analyse the world we live in today.

Why is it worth studying Sociology GCSE/ iGCSE?

Researching, collecting data, analytical and critical thinking and evaluation are all skills which will be honed and developed during the course. GCSE Sociology will also allow students with a passion for the subject to progress to further study at A-Level or degree level.

Sociology is a good all-rounder degree, and graduates in Sociology can apply for a wide range of careers. Some of the most notable include:

  • Advice worker
  • Social researcher
  • Community development worker
  • Probation officer
  • Teacher or lecturer in Sociology
  • International aid/development worker
  • Social researcher
  • Charity worker
  • Social worker
  • Youth worker
  • Charity worker
  • HR officer

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